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Charity regulators alert charities to risk of unregulated financial services

Charity regulators have warned not-for-profit organisations about the risks involved when using unregulated financial services.

Tribunal ruling leading to unrest

A number of BBC presenters could be facing bills for thousands of pounds in backdated tax after HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) won a key Tribunal ruling against a Ms Christa Ackroyd.

Divorce proves to be costly in retirement, according to Prudential study

New research from Prudential has found that a divorce can cost couples up to £3,800 a year in retirement income.

Mortgage approvals hit six month high

New data from the Bank of England (BoE) has revealed that mortgage approvals hit a new high in January, with a total of 67,478 loans approved – the highest figure on record since July 2017.

New guidance for intended parents and surrogates

The Government has published new guidance in regards to surrogacy and the legal process for intended parents (IPs) and surrogates in England and Wales.

UK adults expecting to pass on multi-million pound legacies, study finds

Hundreds of UK adults are expecting to pass on multi-million pound legacies when they die – yet many families are overlooking the Inheritance Tax (IHT) implications of doing so, research suggests.

Charity regulators alert charities to risk of unregulated financial services

Charity regulators have warned not-for-profit organisations about the risks involved when using unregulated financial services.

Ex-wife of Russian oligarch wins latest leg of divorce dispute

The ex-wife of a wealthy Russian oligarch locked in a bitter dispute over a multi-billion pound fortune has won the latest round of an ongoing legal battle.

Google chief executive embroiled in bitter neighbour dispute

A Google chief executive living in London has become embroiled in a bitter dispute with his neighbour over an incredibly small extension.

Mortgage approvals up for ‘small deposit’ homebuyers

New data suggests that mortgage approvals for homebuyers with small deposits rose significantly towards the end of last year, as first-time buyers moved to secure their place on the property ladder following an historic Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) cut.