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In Brief

What Fortnite taught me about the laws of gifting

An unlikely legal argument ensues when lawyer Catherine Pugsley attempts to take her teenage son's phone away.

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How the ‘unknown unknowns’ terrorise tax

The enormous uncertainty around a new regime that may incur severe penalties to HNWs is baffling advisers and clients alike.

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How to shop without remittance this summer

It's customary for UK visitors to hunt for the latest fashion accessories this season, but they should bear in mind that their shopping spree might also be racking up remittances.

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Nothing has changed since the straight civil partnership victory

Britain's modern families may have been celebrating the landmark Supreme Court decision in vain, as the law is not seeing reform anytime soon.

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In Depth

The best of both worlds

Eesha Arora and Sophie Wettern examine the risks of settlor’s reserved powers, and recent changes to this area of law.

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Can your child bring you into the tax net? Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps.

It might also be necessary for the parents to get their own affairs in order and ensure that their child’s presence in the UK does not make them inadvertently UK resident.

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Requirement to Correct

The Requirement to Correct (RTC) provisions require taxpayers with outstanding UK tax liabilities existing at 5 April 2017 relating to offshore interests, to come forward to correct their filing and tax position before 30 September 2018.

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Transparency enhanced in the UK

UK Government takes further steps to improve transparency with a new register of persons with significant control of companies which hold UK property.

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