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In Brief

Here’s why David Cameron’s ‘Big Society’ plan is still unpopular

The Revenue is making social impact enterprise look more like a hindrance than a genuine incentive for HNWs.

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Who owns the bees?

A swarm of bees settling in a tree poses interesting legal questions of ownership.

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Abigail Disney and the trials of wealth

Abigail Disney's story shines a light on the importance of educating children and grandchildren about about family wealth, business interests and philanthropy.

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Key points to consider while waiting for Baby Sussex

Like the Queen, we should prioritise succession planning to ensure that family ‘philosophy’ is preserved.

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In Depth

Brexit resources for professional firms

On 30 January representatives from a range of professional firms met for a frank discussion about the potential implications of a no-deal Brexit for law firms

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Exploring the consultation and review on the taxation of trusts

HMRC has launched a consultation on a review of the government's principles for taxing trusts. Fiona Poole examines the review in more detail.

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Blinded by transparency: the UK's new property register

In a bid for ever-increasing transparency, the UK government intends to continue the trend with the introduction of a further beneficial ownership register.

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Brexit considerations for Professional Service firms

Brexit considerations for Professional Service firms

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