Month: May 2015
I recently had the pleasure of being part of the panel debate, at the International Adviser Expert Investment Forum in Kuala Lumpur. The main discussion was on the future of the advisory industry and how fee’s should be levied. Here is an extract from the article “Stuart Yeomans, chief executive of the Farringdon Group, thought the Labuan Financial… Read More ›
The UK’s election result and what may happen to Inheritance Tax (IHT) and pension tax, after the Conservatives and David Cameron were successful?
Most people including myself got the General Election wrong and the predicted hung parliament turned out to be an all Blue Conservative government. So what will this mean for pension and IHT planning? One big change that will not materialise, is the plan to scrap the non-domiciled tax which was proposed by the Labour… Read More ›