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Bricks and Mortar and Flipping Taxes

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Property market commentators are divided on whether 2024 will see a further dip in house prices, while buyers play wait and see on the mortgage market. Meantime, many amateur property...

New Transparency Rules for Companies

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Company directors, people with significant control of a company, or anyone who files on behalf of a company, must ensure they comply with new transparency rules from March 2024. Greater...

Why Everyone Needs a Will

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In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy to put off important tasks, and writing a will is often one of them. However, having a will is crucial for ensuring your wishes...
Work-life balance is a concept that holds different meanings for different individuals. While some associate it with working fewer hours, others believe flexibility in working hours is key. However, the...

Cohabitation: What are the rules?

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Cohabitation has become increasingly common, with more and more couples choosing to live together without getting married or entering into a civil partnership. However, it is important to note that...
Facing redundancy can be a challenging and uncertain time for employees. It is important to have a clear understanding of the redundancy process and your rights as an employee to...
Divorce applications rose by 20 per cent in the year following the introduction of no-fault divorce, according to figures from the Ministry for Justice. But while the headline process may...

No big bonfire for holiday regulations

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Most employment law will continue to stand, giving employers some certainty, but one immediate priority for reform is the calculation of holiday entitlement and pay, as the Government is keen...
As the world grapples with the challenges of increasing prices for energy and climate change, the importance of sustainable energy practices has never been more apparent. For commercial property owners...
When a court issues an order, it is legally binding and must be followed by all parties involved. Unfortunately, there are instances where one parent may disregard or breach a...
With the rise of remote work opportunities and the desire for more flexible lifestyles, many UK employees are considering the possibility of working remotely from another country, particularly during the...
In leases, break clauses serve as crucial provisions that provide flexibility for both landlords and tenants. These clauses allow either party to terminate the lease before the expiration of the...
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