It really shouldn’t be so difficult to find a financial adviser that will explain in easy to understand terms how much they charge, and what for.
Slovakia’s new monthly lottery has increased its take of sales tax by over half a billion euros.
Drugs companies relocating their headquarters via ‘tax inversion’ is a neat tax trick. But it could end up hitting their shares.
We’re finally starting to get an idea of just how much income in Britain goes un-taxed.
We get so caught up in fiddling with our a tax system. But as this simple idea for reforming inheritance tax shows, all we really need to do is simplify it.
Inheritance tax is unpopular with many readers – so here’s a novel solution to getting rid of it altogether.
The creation of the merged Isa was great news. Now the providers need to come up with one – the sooner the better.
Whether or not to tax small, inherited businesses is up for debate. But Germany has one solution that could please everybody.
Sell your overpriced London property, buy a country house and pocket the difference.
Merryn Somerset Webb found herself in hot water after referring to the Isle of Man as a ‘tax haven’. But it is still a very good place to be if you don’t like paying tax.
The soaring price of limes and America’s stubborn unemployment rate are both products of the West’s failed war on drugs, says Merryn Somerset Webb. It’s high time for a rethink.
It’s not just the super-rich that move in and out of wealth brackets, the rest of us can expect to do so too.
Central banks’ extreme monetary policy is transferring massive wealth to the ultra-rich, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Whether for or against Scottish independence, everyone is throwing statistics around like they mean something. But they don’t.
If you fancy trading your poky terrace for a country manor, do it now before the property price-gap narrows.