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In Brief

"Influencers" Jim, but not as we know them....

The Office of Tax Simplification has recently published an evaluation report with further suggestions on how to make it easier for us to pay tax, using some tried and tested measures but with a twist...

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Listen again: MEET | THE | EXPERTS webinar focusing on succession planning in the Middle East

Listen again to our recent MEET | THE | EXPERTS webinar, which took place on 25 November and focused on succession planning in the Middle East.

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MTG recognised with two wins at the 2021 British Legal Awards

The firm received the Contentious Trusts and Estates and Private Client accolades at the 2021 British Legal Awards, the latter for the second year in a row.

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MEET | THE | EXPERTS: Succession Planning in the Middle East

Join us at our upcoming MEET | THE | EXPERTS webinar, 'Succession Planning in the Middle East', taking place on Thursday 25 November.

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In Depth

Private Client Tax in 2021: Plus ca change?

Claire Weeks and Sophie Wettern Kirk summarise the tax changes for private clients in 2021 in an article for Tax Journal

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National Heritage in crisis: HMRC's revised guidance

Ed Powles considers HMRC's revised guidance on the operation of the UK's conditional exemption tax incentive scheme for qualifying heritage assets relaxing the rules for property owners in light of the COVID-19 restrictions on public access.

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Listen again: PPA Webinar - Will firms run out of cash?

Listen again: Corinne Staves joins the panel for a PPA webinar "Will firms run out of cash, and what should they do about it?"

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Trusts: protection for trustees - thoughts and experiences in practice

At its most basic, a trustee owes a higher duty of care to look after someone else’s assets their own. A trustee acts personally, and if an individual, without the protection of any form of limited liability.

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