What’s in your contract?

02 November 2018

Most employees have an employment contract. Even many business owners/managers have an employment contract, even if they wrote it themselves for their own limited company.

Autumn Budget – spooky stuff?

30 October 2018

Monday 29 October 2018 saw the delivery of the Chancellor’s Autumn Budget – the earliest budget date since 1962 and also the first Budget since that year to be delivered on a Monday.

Volatility 2018

24 October 2018

In the past, national and geopolitical tensions were, in my opinion, significant and generated over time, usually with the position deteriorating to some depths before being resolved.

2018, crash anniversaries and the housing market

25 September 2018

Correctly, there are many topical references to the financial crash of 2008 that saw the beginning of a deep recession, with the collapse of Lehman Brothers in the US on 15 September 2008.

Autumn 2018 Newsletter

13 September 2018


All comfy in a local Pension?

04 September 2018

I saw a picture of an old boarding house recently, with painted advertising on its exterior, noting Hotel, accommodation and Pension

A taxing topic: IHT and your estate

22 August 2018

Inheritance tax can be a thorny issue and a difficult topic to consider between partners and relatives. It’s quite natural to want to avoid the subject of death, particularly your own or of loved ones, and this reticence can mean that opportunities for important tax planning during life are missed.

Regrets...I’ve had a few!

15 August 2018

Regret is never a good emotion to harbour. Indeed, correcting a regret can be one of the most satisfying and personal things that anyone can achieve.