Local authorities must give parents “clear information” when asking them to leave the family home during safeguarding investigations, it has been warned.
More than 150,000 property transactions could reap the benefits from a possible extension to the stamp duty holiday extension, with The Times reporting that the Government is set to announce an extension until June 2021.
Two million workers were ‘out of work’, either through unemployment or via the furlough scheme, for at least six months during the coronavirus pandemic, according to the latest research.
The UK’s cyber security sector attracted “record investment” last year despite the Covid-19 pandemic, a major study has revealed.
The new digital probate system launched last year “is still causing significant delays” to the estate administration process, it has been warned.
Divorce enquires increased by more than 90 per cent during the first national lockdown compared to the previous year, a major study has revealed.
New guidance published by the Government ahead of the implementation of off-payroll rules (IR35) for the private sector has confirmed that penalties will be waived for the first 12 months of implementation.
The Government is set to extend the commercial eviction ban, according to a report in The Times.
Inheritance Tax is a complicated subject. From gifts and trusts to thresholds and reliefs, working out how much tax you might leave behind is no easy feat.
Private debt lending has grown significantly since 2008 and is becoming an increasingly “valuable” source of finance for smaller businesses, a major study has revealed.