A convoluted and outdated set of rules governing inheritance tax should be simplified, for the sake of fairness, writes Stuart Smyth
The family office might have been around since the 19th century, but its repurposing as an investment vehicle has taken on a new prominence, writes Arun Kakar
Foreign investors such as the Chelsea owner should not be ‘demonised’ by the Home Office, especially in times of political uncertainty and austerity in the UK, writes Kathryn Bradbury
She’s an American singer, actress and producer, but what is Selena Gomez’s net worth?
A cohabiting partner may have more claim to your possessions that you realise, write Jemma Goddard and Andrew O’Keeffe