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    UK employment contract: Checklist
    Apr 18, 2019  |  by Leanne Shrosbree
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    How “yours, mine and ours” complicates the estate planning process: Advice for blended families
    Apr 17, 2019  |  by Sherron Alexander-Bedingfield
  • Tax refund money
    11 excellent ways to spend your UK tax refund
    Apr 09, 2019  |  by Kobus Van den Bergh
  • tax relief sme income
    Your guide to UK tax reliefs for SMEs
    Apr 04, 2019  |  by Scott Brown
  • London-business
    The UK still the best country for business in 2019
    Apr 04, 2019  |  by Scott Brown
  • Mortgage Concept
    The perfect time to secure a better interest rate on your remortgage
    Apr 03, 2019  |  by Ian Henning
  • Passport-stamp
    25% of UK spouse visa applications are refused every year – make sure yours isn’t one
    Apr 02, 2019  |  by Sam Hopwood
  • Mother, daughter and grandmother
    Australia’s new five-year parent visa – another way to bring your parents Down Under
    Apr 01, 2019  |  by Sam Hopwood
  • UK flag with calculator
    How to calculate your costs before you immigrate to the UK
    Mar 29, 2019  |  by John Dunn
  • businessman multitasking
    Everything we know about the new Tier 1 Innovator visa
    Mar 29, 2019  |  by John Dunn
 
 
  • employment contract sign

    UK employment contract: Checklist

    by Leanne Shrosbree | Apr 18, 2019
    One of the most critical elements of a move overseas is your employment contract. The benefits, allowances and conditional clauses you negotiate will be key in shaping your quality of life. Here’s what you need to consider before you sign.
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  • blended-families

    How “yours, mine and ours” complicates the estate planning process: Advice for blended families

    by Sherron Alexander-Bedingfield | Apr 17, 2019
    A family today can include children, step-children, former spouses and in-laws. Regardless of the make-up, most people will want to provide for a spouse as well as children from a previous marriage. If you don’t take this into account, you may leave behind a legacy of in-fighting and legal action. Here’s how to put together an estate plan that reflects your wishes and looks after your entire family when you’re gone.
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  • Tax refund money

    11 excellent ways to spend your UK tax refund

    by Kobus Van den Bergh | Apr 09, 2019
    Receiving a tax refund can sometimes feel like a great bonus. Whether you’re waiting on news of the amount or just anticipating the transfer into your bank account, here are 11 ways to make excellent use of your rebate.
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  • tax relief sme income

    Your guide to UK tax reliefs for SMEs

    by Scott Brown | Apr 04, 2019
    The UK is a great place to set up your SME. With one of the lowest corporate tax rates in the world, you’re already off to a good start. You can also take advantage of many small business tax reliefs. Here’s how.
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  • London-business

    The UK still the best country for business in 2019

    by Scott Brown | Apr 04, 2019
    For a second year in a row, the UK has taken the number one spot on Forbes’ list of the Best Countries for Business. The UK earned the top spot on the strength of its workforce, innovation and lack of red tape. If you’re thinking about expanding your business overseas, here’s why you should consider the UK as a destination.
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  • Mortgage Concept

    The perfect time to secure a better interest rate on your remortgage

    by Ian Henning | Apr 03, 2019
    Most recent conversations around Brexit focus on the impact it can have on the economy. An area that doesn’t get a lot of coverage is the opportunity this brings for homeowners when it comes time to remortgage.
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  • Passport-stamp

    25% of UK spouse visa applications are refused every year – make sure yours isn’t one

    by Sam Hopwood | Apr 02, 2019
    Before 2012, applying for a UK spouse visa was quite straight forward and refusals were uncommon. Then the UK government introduced the £18,600 minimum income threshold and the refusal rate for spouse visas soared. Up to 25% of applications are denied every year. Last year alone, UKVI refused 8,514 UK spouse visa applications out of 33,456. Here’s our advice on how to ensure your application is successful the first time.
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  • Mother, daughter and grandmother

    Australia’s new five-year parent visa – another way to bring your parents Down Under

    by Sam Hopwood | Apr 01, 2019
    Australian migrants will be able to sponsor their parents to live in the country for up to five or ten years thanks to a new visa sub-category. Applications for the visa open from July 2019; here’s what you need to know.
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  • UK flag with calculator

    How to calculate your costs before you immigrate to the UK

    by John Dunn | Mar 29, 2019
    When planning an international move it’s essential to be financially prepared. Costs add up and funds can disappear quicker than you think. It can be tough to keep track of every expense you’ll incur, so we’ve made it a bit easier. From your visa to your rent, and everything in between – here’s what to expect when you move to the UK.
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  • businessman multitasking

    Everything we know about the new Tier 1 Innovator visa

    by John Dunn | Mar 29, 2019
    The Tier 1 visa category will significantly change from April 2019. This was outlined in the Statement of Changes to the Immigration Rules published on 7 March 2019. The most notable changes include the closure of Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) and Tier 1 (Graduate Entrepreneur) routes as well as significant reforms for the requirements of Tier 1 (Investor) visas.
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