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Property: House prices grow by 7.6 per cent with stamp duty deadline looming

House prices grew by 7.6 per cent in the year to November, according to the latest data from Halifax, with buyers trying to complete transactions before the end of the stamp duty holiday.

Record number of adults plan to leave charitable legacy, study reveals

A record number of adults are planning to write a gift to charity in their Will or have already done so, a major study has revealed.

UK partners could be made “equally responsible” for anti-avoidance regime penalties incurred by offshore promoters, HMRC reveals

UK partners could be made “equally responsible” for anti-avoidance regime penalties incurred by offshore promoters, it has been announced.

Former rugby star Mike Tindall sued for allegedly “passing off” popular podcast

Former rugby star Mike Tindall is being sued for damages by a Venture Capital firm after allegedly stealing the rights to a podcast the investor acquired this year.

COVID-19: Employment Tribunals scheduled more than 12 months in advance

Delays at employment tribunals are set to increase, with discrimination cases taking as long as 14 months to reach a court hearing, according to the latest research.

Businesses can now apply for a Bounce Back Loan top-up

Businesses can now apply to top up their Bounce Back Loan (BBL) if they originally borrowed less than the maximum amount they are entitled to, it has been confirmed.

HMCTS to clear probate case backlog by 2021, report suggests

HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) has this month published an overview of how the department plans to reduce the probate backlog and ensure bereaved families can close estates as soon as possible.

Wrexham A.F.C agree Hollywood takeover bid

National League football club Wrexham A.F.C has accepted a takeover bid from two Hollywood stars in a deal worth an estimated £2 million, it has been announced.

COVID-19: HMRC updates guidance for late furlough claims

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has updated its guidance on late furlough claims, clarifying what is meant by a ‘reasonable excuse’ for submission after the deadline.

Property: House prices reduced as market hots up ahead of stamp duty holiday deadline

House prices have reduced from record highs as people look to complete property transactions before the end of the stamp duty holiday in March 2021, according to the latest research.