My letter to the Premier League.

Alison BrittainChairPremier League Dear Alison, I am writing in full support of Andy Burnham's recent correspondence dated December 2 regarding Everton Football Club's deduction of points. I share his concerns about the Premier League's conduct in this matter,...

read more

ISA reforms being considered

Nigel Holland "Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is considering significant Isa reforms to encourage individual savers to invest in the UK stock market. Proposed changes may include additional tax-free allowances for investing in UK companies and merging stocks and shares ISAs...

read more

FCA’s Tough Stance: Cracking Down on Workplace Harassment

Nigel Holland The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) plans to tighten rules on workplace misconduct, spurred by allegations of sexual harassment against hedge fund tycoon Crispin Odey. The proposed changes include stricter regulations against wrongdoers and companies...

read more

High Income Child Benefit Charge

Nigel Holland examines the charge on child benefit " You may have to pay the High Income Child Benefit Charge if you or your partner have an individual income that’s over £50,000. If the income exceeds £60,000 Child benefit is removed completely. You’ll need to work...

read more

Pass AI law now or fall behind

Nigel Holland "The development of AI technology is moving at a rapid rate. It is important that the UK stays at the head of AI regulation. The earliest that legislation is introduced will be 2025 unless it is mentioned in the King's speech on 7 November 2023. There...

read more

How the US conquered Inheritance tax

Nigel Holland "Inheritance tax is viewed as one of the most unpopular taxes around. This is because it is a form of double taxation. A taxpayer saves all their life, these savings represent savings after tax. The tax payer accumulates a lifetime of wealth which has...

read more

What is the future for interest rates?

Nigel Holland recommends reduction in interest rates " The increase in interest rates must stop to prevent the economy being harmed. The Bank of England were right to raise rates in the past because of inflation. As these problems start to disappear it is time now to...

read more