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School Fee Planning

4th November 2015

Many parents view their child’s education as a good investment, but it can be daunting knowing how to afford the cost especially if the option of a scholarship or bursary is not available. We are delighted to be welcoming Nina Skero, Economist at Cebr (Centre of Economic and Business... read more

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Planning Your Financial Future

5th October 2015

After a call from the British Government for expatriates to be ‘extremely’ vigilant when selecting a financial adviser or financial products, David Pugh, Director of The Fry Group’s Singapore office has written for Singapore Business Review on the key points which British expats should bear in mind when seeking... read more

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TLC in Financial Planning

1st September 2015

Financial Planning – One of the key points that differentiates The Fry Group from the competition in Singapore is our approach to investments. We put all our financial planning products and investments through (what we refer to as TLC test – to ensure that they are transparent, liquid and... read more

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The place to be

12th May 2015

The Fry Group Singapore David Pugh, General Manager at The Fry Group’s Singapore office, discusses the company’s growth and strategy in the region, as well as his thoughts on its recent regulatory developments. Please click here for the full International Adviser article. read more

Posted in: Financial Planning, News

CGT and Non-Residents Selling UK Residential Property

5th November 2014

Selling UK Residential Property Much has been made of the Government’s consultation on the introduction of a Capital Gains Tax charge for non-residents selling UK residential property after April 2015.  The consultation period has now ended. Whilst there has not yet been a full official response, there are one... read more

Posted in: News, Property, Tax

Changes to Intestacy Law

3rd October 2014

Changes to Intestacy Law New legislation came into force on 1st October 2014 concerning how an estate in the UK is handled if someone dies without a will. The new law will mean the entire estate is passed to the spouse or civil partner as long as there are... read more

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Pensions Tax Abolished

1st October 2014

Pensions Tax Abolished The 55 per cent pensions tax charge, levied on pension funds passed on after death is to be abolished, following a statement by George Osborne on 29th September 2014. The change will take effect from the beginning of the new tax year in April 2015. Currently,... read more

Posted in: News, Pensions

IHT Revenues Bolstered by Tax Freeze

13th August 2014

IHT Revenues Bolstered by Tax Freeze IHT revenues have recovered this year, hitting £3.42 billion in 2013-14, the highest amount since 2007-8. The way IHT was calculated changed in 2007, following the introduction of the Transferable Nil Rate Band – which was slanted as a tax cut. A combination... read more

Posted in: Inheritance Tax, Tax