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A Guide to Yacht Finance

A Guide to Yacht Finance

Author: Jonathan Hadley-Piggin Keystone Law www.keystonelaw.co.uk Those seeking to purchase a yacht or superyacht may often need to borrow the funds in order to buy it. But there are a number of other financially sound reasons to pursue this route, even if...

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Great Ferraris – History and Timeline

Great Ferraris – History and Timeline

Great Ferraris It was 12 March 1947 when Enzo Ferrari revived up the engine of the 125 S, the first car to bear his name. The history of the modern Ferrari began with that test drive on the roads around Maranello. What was then a small factory born from a dream – to...

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New Skyscaper With More Up Top

New Skyscaper With More Up Top

New skyscaper with more up top The capital already features a number of captivating high-rise restaurants (with spectacular views) in landmark buildings, including The Shard (Aqua Shard, Hutong and Oblix) and the Heron Tower (Duck & Waffle and Sushi Samba). New...

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The Return Of The SSAS

The Small Self Administered Scheme (SSAS) market looks set for a resurgence, with two major benefits. The removal of Protected Rights benefits from this tax year will level the playing field for SSASs with the more popular Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP). Up...

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Pensions – Your Flexible Friend?

With a continual stream of negativity surrounding pensions, and recent legislation only limiting what a government clearly sees as already generous tax-relief concessions, many pension holders would be forgiven for missing several positive changes that will allow...

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Don’t Forget The Kids!

Don’t Forget The Kids!

Whilst many of us will be busy finalising contributions to ensure 2011/12 ISA limits are utilised, those with young children may wish to consider the recent change to child savings. Junior ISAs are set up in the child’s name by a parent or guardian and available to...

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What’s In Store For Pensions?

What’s In Store For Pensions?

With the tax-payer already squeezed, experts are warning pension holders that they might be in line for some amending of pension rules in order to raise additional tax revenue come next month’s Budget. Whilst the Lifetime Allowance will already reduce to £1.5million...

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Higher Relief, Higher Risk

Higher Relief, Higher Risk

The Government has finally decided to make changes to Protected Rights by abolishing some forms of contracting out. This will aid and simplify the pensions system and offer important opportunities for pension holders. These significant changes come into effect from...

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The Demise Of Protected Rights

The Government has finally decided to make changes to Protected Rights by abolishing some forms of contracting out. This will aid and simplify the pensions system and offer important opportunities for pension holders. These significant changes come into effect from...

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To Fix Or Not To Fix?

To Fix Or Not To Fix?

To Fix or not to Fix? Those with significant pension assets should take action in advance of the changes in pension legislation coming into effect from 6 April 2012. Under existing rules, those with accumulated pension benefits in excess of the Lifetime Allowance...

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