Will my Isas be taxed in the US?

PFIC rules may not apply if you do not take an income

Will undergrad pay tax on cash gift?

Isa income should not affect his student grant

Can I protect my pension from care costs?

New freedoms add to the options for retirement savers

Can working from home cut stamp duty?

SDLT is self-assessed — make sure you get it right

How can we split the sale of a property fairly?

I want the money to go into a neutral account

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Can students earn ‘free money’ from overdrafts?

Undergraduate wants to ‘invest’ his overdraft in a savings account

Must I pay my household staff a pension?

How auto-enrolment rules will affect housekeepers, nannies or cleaners

Can I claim tax relief on my City pad?

How to comply with HMRC’s tax rules

Is there UK tax to pay on $2m US estate?

Beneficiaries are British and live in the UK

How are childcare vouchers changing?

Will we be better off because my wife is self-employed?

Will succession rules affect my children?

New rules will make it more complicated to inherit property

Can I reduce my IHT bill using equity release?

Taking out a mortgage reduced tax — but beware the interest

Tax implications of letting through Airbnb

The benefits of setting up as a limited company

How will non-dom rule changes affect me?

How the rules will affect individuals

How to qualify for entrepreneurs’ relief?

Advice on selling our family business

Can we hold on to our interest-only mortgage?

HSBC wants to move us to a repayment loan

Can I contest my uncle’s will?

Are dependants able to make a legal claim against beneficiaries?

Can I claim back IHT on property?

Will falling prices affect the tax owed?

How can I trace my lost pension pots?

I am concerned that I’ll lose out on some of my savings

Why are direct debits slow to activate?

Two weeks seems too long: are they hoping I’ll miss my payment?


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