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March 5, 2021

The Chancellor laid out a supportive package of measures to help businesses, while having one eye on a longer-term plan to balance public finances. Despite recent speculation about changes to Inheritance Tax, Capital Gains Tax, and the introduction of a Wealth Tax, the current thresholds have been maintained for the time being.

The Chancellor laid out a supportive package of measures to help businesses, while having one eye on a longer-term plan to balance public finances. Despite recent speculation about changes to Inheritance Tax, Capital Gains Tax, and the introduction of a Wealth Tax, the current thresholds have been maintained for the time being.

February 9, 2021

Now that the Office of Tax Simplification has completed its reviews into both Capital Gains Tax and Inheritance Tax, some of the key recommendations could have a lasting impact on the way family businesses deal with succession.

Now that the Office of Tax Simplification has completed its reviews into both Capital Gains Tax and Inheritance Tax, some of the key recommendations could have a lasting impact on the way family businesses deal with succession.

Bringing forward succession

January 4, 2021

After a 2020 that was nowhere near what most of us anticipated, it’s perhaps bullish to make predictions about 2021, but Tom McGinness, KPMG’s head of family business, is not deterred from outlining the top 10 topics that he expects to be discussing with those leading family businesses during the coming year.

After a 2020 that was nowhere near what most of us anticipated, it’s perhaps bullish to make predictions about 2021, but Tom McGinness, KPMG’s head of family business, is not deterred from outlining the top 10 topics that he expects to be discussing with those leading family businesses during the coming year.

1.            Reviewing shared purpose

October 27, 2020

While some financial commentators described the onset of the Covid pandemic in March 2020 as a so-called “Black Swan”—a one-off, rare and unpredictable event—it would appear that what we are dealing with is more of a migratory bird, a “Black Stork” if you like, whose movements recur with an element of (seasonal) regularity, at least until there is a circuit-breaker.

While some financial commentators described the onset of the Covid pandemic in March 2020 as a so-called “Black Swan”—a one-off, rare and unpredictable event—it would appear that what we are dealing with is more of a migratory bird, a “Black Stork” if you like, whose movements recur with an element of (seasonal) regularity, at least until there is a circuit-breaker.

May 26, 2020

Family offices increasingly have to navigate the complexities of cross-border legal issues: a necessary side-effect of globalisation. The family office will consequently need advisers on issues such as tax, estate planning and regulation that covers all countries in the mix, and advice on succession planning is increasingly featuring high up on the family office to-do list.

Family offices increasingly have to navigate the complexities of cross-border legal issues: a necessary side-effect of globalisation. The family office will consequently need advisers on issues such as tax, estate planning and regulation that covers all countries in the mix, and advice on succession planning is increasingly featuring high up on the family office to-do list.

November 11, 2016

The likelihood of tax cuts under US president-elect Donald Trump should be positive for US equities, investment commentators say.

The likelihood of tax cuts under US president-elect Donald Trump should be positive for US equities, investment commentators say.

Others warn inflation will be higher in 2017, with growth boosted by more government spending and tax cuts.

January 24, 2008

Bowing to demands from business leaders and investors, Britain’s chancellor of the exchequer, Alistair Darling, has announced concessions to the sweeping reforms that were planned for Capital Gains Tax in the UK.

Bowing to demands from business leaders and investors, Britain's chancellor of the exchequer, Alistair Darling (pictured), has announced concessions to the sweeping reforms that were planned for capital gains tax in the UK.

Billing the climb-down as "entrepreneurs' relief", Darling said the compromise will affect business owners when they sell their business. He said the relief would also be open to employees and company directors who own at least a 5% stake in a qualifying company.

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