Almost two years after triggering Article 50 to leave the European Union, the date circled in everyone’s calendar – 29 March 2019 – may not be the date that the UK leaves the EU.
Theresa May’s Brexit deal was resoundingly defeated at the second attempt in the House of Commons last night.
As 5 April 2019 approaches it presents an opportunity to consider taking advantage of tax allowances and reliefs, available both before the end of the current tax year and at the start of the new tax year. Here we highlight some of the more significant planning opportunities for consideration.
Brown Shipley has been recognised in findaWEALTHMANAGER.com’s inaugural People’s Choice Awards, winning an award for our excellent service offered to private clients.
Brown Shipley, experts in wealth planning, investment management and lending, is pleased to announce the appointment of Nick Cringle as Regional Head, North West, a newly created role.
Love handles, a spare tyre, middle-age spread. Throughout nearly all of human history, food was in short supply and carrying an extra layer of body fat was a sign of good health and prosperity. Until fairly recently, a bit of blubber remained a status symbol in much of the developing world. Times have changed.
Once a niche trend, responsible investing has now entered the mainstream. That shift reflects both changing societal expectations and growing evidence that good companies perform better.
The ongoing Brexit saga continued on Tuesday night as the UK Parliament voted on a series of potentially consequential amendments to try and find a resolution to the Brexit impasse.
At a time of sky-high global debt, real estate holds special appeal. Buying bricks and mortar, however, is not the only way to invest in the property market.
Brown Shipley, experts in wealth planning, investment management and lending, is pleased to announce the appointment of Amrendra Sinha to the newly created role of Head of Direct Equity.
From CCTV cameras to search engines, we live in a world under constant surveillance. Is the end of privacy the inevitable price of technological progress?
Theresa May’s proposed Brexit deal was rejected by parliament yesterday by 432 votes to 202.