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Spear’s has long recognised the best young talent in the wealth management industries and we now take this further with our third Young Turk Awards
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I felt like a crack SAS commando storming the Dorchester Hotel ambushing him and his entourage
London’s prime property world was whipped into a frenzy in Q1 with values growing 13.4% in Kensington & Chelsea
My marriage is at end and my spouse and I are about to separate. Are there any practical steps we should or shouldn’t take?
Sebastian Gibson prides himself on understanding what people want; it's when people don't know what they want that things get difficult
Ross Clark on two trends that could slow down the London property juggernaut: too much borrowed money and — potentially much more worrying — the slide in the value of the pound
Like the actor’s first break, external circumstances are crucial. They are a cog in the wheel, as are the writer, director, cinematographer, promoter and good fortune
Working in sales depends on good judgement: knowing when to tread softly and when to compose an email starting 'Dear Arsehole'
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In this new anti-tax-avoidance era, when so many tax reliefs have been withdrawn, I've heard that investing in a Business Property Renovation Allowance scheme is one of the few remaining good opportunities for maxing your tax position. Is it true that you can get up to 100 per cent tax relief on the amount invested? And what exactly are these schemes? How do they work? What are the upsides? Downsides?
In this climate, it is a relief to see one potentially attractive tax allowance come through unscathed from recent criticism
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