A report is urging the Government to reform the Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) system, following research into the effects on vulnerable individuals.
The Government’s controversial new measures to protect tax in insolvency will go into effect from 06 April 2020, policymakers have revealed.
Pension rights for couples in same-sex marriages and civil partnerships will be better aligned with those in opposite-sex marriages, the Government has revealed.
The Home Office has announced plans to provide £5 million worth of funding towards the development of innovative technology that will help police forces prevent crime.
Workers will receive compensation for lost shifts as a part of the Government’s Good Work Plan proposals.
MPs are leading calls for a “radical overhaul” of whistleblowing laws in order to protect those who uncover serious wrongdoing such as fraud, unlawful discrimination and abuse by employers.
Mortgage approvals in the UK rose by 0.6 per cent between May and June, according to the latest home lending market monitor report published by e surv.
The current ‘seven-year rule’ for Inheritance Tax (IHT) could be cut to five years according to proposals outlined in a review ordered by the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
“Most small businesses” are unaware of new EU payment rules to be rolled out from September 2019, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has warned.
UK Police are to introduce a bespoke cyber-crime reporting facility in a bid to encourage businesses to contact the police when they have been targeted this way.