4 July 2016
The main residence nil-rate band represents an additional nil-rate band for an estate that includes an interest in a residential property which was used by the deceased as their residence at some point, and this is left to direct descendants (to include child, step-child, adopted child or foster child).
We are pleased to announce that Robinson Reed Layton has acquired the specialist firm jBwills to boost our Probate and estates offering.
Summer 2016 Newsletter
New Employee Expenses and Benefits – Summer 2016
The New Regime for Dividends and Interest – Summer 2016