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Christmas shopping usually means a visit to the high street or browsing online retailers, but the season of giving can be a good time to make sure you’re maximising your opportunities for inheritance tax reliefs, whether to family, friends or charity, while spreading some seasonal cheer.
While larger... Read More →
A local family lawyer has called on unmarried couples in Huddersfield to take action to protect themselves, as they could be vulnerable if their relationship breaks down.
Richard Buckley, Senior Solicitor from Eaton Smith Solicitors, made the calls along with other family lawyers from across the county as... Read More →
An extra £3 billion to prepare for Brexit over the next two years and a vision of an economy that is ‘fit for the future’ were at the heart of the Chancellor’s Autumn statement.
And despite downgrading growth and productivity forecasts, after public sector net borrowing hit £8bn in October, Philip... Read More →