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  • Should law firms go public?
    18th May 2018

    Should law firms go public?

    Rosenblatt Solicitors floated this month on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM), raising £31.8m, and becoming the fourth UK law firm to go public. Aside from the substantial pay outs to the equity partners what are the benefits and risks of going public?
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  • What happens if my Will is not up to date?
    25th April 2018

    What happens if my Will is not up to date?

    How up to date is your Will? Does it reflect the simple things like current addresses and, more importantly, your current wishes? Is your Will robust enough to handle an unexpected event such as, for example, one of your beneficiaries passing away before you do?
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  • Selling development land - what are the tax consequences?
    17th April 2018

    Selling development land - what are the tax consequences?

    This sounds like such a simple question. But the reality is that the complexities of both the tax system, and the development industry, mean that no two cases ever seem to be the same. Professional tax advice is vital in any such sale. This should be taken as soon as possible, as sometimes simple tax planning techniques undertaken sometime in advance can lead to a better tax result.
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  • Company sales – are you sure of the price you are getting?
    10th April 2018

    Company sales – are you sure of the price you are getting?

    It has not been an easy decision, you have agonised over whether this is the right time to sell the business which you have been building up for years, but you have accepted an offer.
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  • EMI schemes and the impact of the removal of EU State Aid
    9th April 2018

    EMI schemes and the impact of the removal of EU State Aid

    Read all about the effect on tax-advantaged EMI schemes and what to do with any current share options being granted in light of the EU State Aid approval deadline lapsing on 6 April 2018.
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