What does the tax rules shake-up mean for pension planning?

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Whether you’re reviewing your own investment options for the future, a business owner looking for tax-efficient remuneration strategies, or an employer looking to signpost staff to advice, Clayton & Brewill explains what this year’s changes to tax-rules mean for pension planning and shares a round up of everything you need to know in order to […]

Director responsibility during insolvency

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Are there circumstances in which directors must act in, or at least consider, the interests of the company’s creditors? The Supreme Court has addressed this question for the first time during a recent court case and provided a significant verdict for company directors. In this article, Clayton & Brewill outlines director responsibility during the financial […]

Hybrid and flexible working: what employers should know

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Non-standard work arrangements are now the not-so-new normal and come with their own compliance risks. Employers need to be aware of the changing laws surrounding hybrid and flexible working, and the ways in which they can support their employees. In this article Clayton & Brewill looks at the key differences between hybrid and flexible working […]