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Taboo of discussing inheritance costs families £80,000 in unnecessary tax and destroys relationships

Taboo of discussing inheritance costs families £80,000 in unnecessary tax and destroys relationships

Families could be paying an avoidable tax bill of more than £80,000 because parents are too embarrassed to talk to their children about their financial future, according to new research by wealth manager, Charles Stanley.

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As worries grow over the resurgence of Covid-19 infections around the world, money printing is likely to continue. Expensive sectors and equities can get more expensive still in this lop-sided world.

At the crossroads in a lop-sided world

As worries grow over the resurgence of Covid-19 money printing is likely to continue. Expensive sectors - and their equities - may get more expensive still.

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Why not talking about money could cost you

Talking about money has become very difficult for a lot of people. Here's why it shouldn't be.

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How good an asset is commercial property?

Prior to the pandemic hitting, the prospects for property investment looked good. Today, the quoted yields on commercial property still make the case for investment but how long will this last?

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Interim results for the six months ended 30 September 2020

Charles Stanley Group PLC today announces its interim results for the six months ended 30 September 2020

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Market moves are now dictated by central bankers

Since March, the strong recovery in equity markets has mostly been due to the unprecedented monetary-policy stimulus the world's central banks have unleashed.

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Inside the mind of our Investment Manager, Giles

Oxford’s Giles McKean explains why climate change is close to his heart – and how the rise of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investing is growing in importance for professional investors and their clients.

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China seeks to exploit western weakness

China will lead the world economic recovery this year and will have better figures than the rest but the country will also encounter more headwinds in the next stage of development.

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Cybersecurity - Tips to keep yourself safe online

Since implementing lockdown measures, our reliance on technology has increased. It's important to keep yourself safe online and make sure the services you use have adequate security measures in place.

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The importance of innovation with Matt Ridley

Watch on-demand our series exclusively for Solicitors and Accountants.

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The EU gets serious about net zero

The Green revolution is wide-ranging and will have a huge impact on all our lives and investments.

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Britain’s economy needs better broadband now

It won’t be the fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic that kill off cities as we know them – it will be Silicon Valley. Cloud computing is about to decentralise everything.

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