Phase 1 of the Stamp Duty Land Tax Holiday ends on the 30th June 2021 but it’s not all bad news, stamp duty rates will not immediately return to their pre-8th July 2020 levels straightaway.
During the pandemic, a previous rarity of couples or family members dying at the same time or shortly after each other, has sadly become more common. In some situations, this can lead to assets passing to beneficiaries in a way that is not what was planned.
#DementiaActionWeek is a national event that sees the UK public taking action to improve the lives of people affected by dementia. This year, the week will take place on 17th – 23rd May.
The end of the so-called Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) holiday at the end of June has been driving the residential property market into a frenzy of activity but it is vital that both sellers and buyers try to keep things in perspective.
The recent COVID pandemic has reminded many of us of the importance of having our affairs in order including ensuring our Wills are up to date. Read to find out why it is important to have a Will.
We are excited to be hosting a virtual pub quiz on Tuesday 30th March at 7pm to raise funds for Martin House
Linda Magistris former Grange Hill actress and CEO/Founder of the Good Grief Trust offers help and hope in one place.
Today’s Budget announcement has included the announcement that the Stamp Duty holiday has been extended to 30th June 2021
The government asked the Law Commission to produce proposals to simplify the leasehold process and provide a fairer deal for leaseholders.
The new Help to Buy scheme, will replace the current Help to Buy scheme, will come into place from 1 April 2021 and run until March 2023.
A recent case which hit the headlines last month shows why having a Lasting Power of Attorney in place is important