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HMRC announces updated approach to clearance process and timeline for IHT100

  In its recent Trusts and Estates Newsletter for April 2022, HMRC announced some changes to the processing of IHT 100 forms, which changes the timelines for when those who have submitted an IHT 100 form can expect the matter to have been settled....

Do I need planning permission to make changes to my garden?

    With summer just around the corner, many people are planning to make changes to their gardens. Some changes might be extensive, including decking, a garden office, fences or a total landscaping overhaul. While you generally won’t...

Start the new tax year with better debt recovery processes

    The new tax year began on 6th April 2022, and while you may not have made any ‘new year, new you’ promises, perhaps it could be time to sort out your business finances. It can be easy to let things slip - a late invoice, a...

No more blame but challenges remain for divorcing couples

    When the clock finally chimed for no-fault divorce, courts saw a surge in petitions from couples looking to avoid the blame game but challenges still lie ahead for couples leaving a marriage.  HM Courts & Tribunals Service has...

A legal guide to life after divorce

    If you have recently divorced, you may be wondering what happens next. Going through the divorce process can be challenging, and even after you have come to an agreement, there may still be legal matters left unresolved. When you are...
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