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Inheritance Can Be Highly Taxing
The months of summer were always referred to as the "silly season", when the British press struggled to keep their readers' attention with a succession of frivolous news stories.
Gibraltar
17 Oct 2016
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September? Just National Day, Back To School – And Brexit.
Unbelievably, the calendar has somehow advanced to September, the month in which we celebrate National Day. For families, it also marks the end of the summer holiday season and the start of the new academic year.
Gibraltar
17 Oct 2016
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Birthdays And Retirement Planning Are Related
Last month I had the dubious pleasure of celebrating yet another birthday. It was not a "significant" anniversary – it didn't end with a zero, or even a five (which comes next year).
Gibraltar
4 Oct 2016
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Looking Back At The Financial News
So, The Gibraltar Magazine has completed its twentieth year of continuous publication. Two decades would be an impressive achievement in almost any epoch but, given the digital tsunami that has swept over the publishing terrain in this particular era, it is most definitely something to celebrate.
Gibraltar
7 Oct 2015
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Financial Protection In Uncertain Times
Last month this column offered up my now traditional "goodbye" to one year and "hello" to the next.
Gibraltar
5 Feb 2015
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Mrs Rock Is Unwell
Perhaps that is putting it too strongly. After all Mrs Rock is actually in pretty good health and I’m certainly not suggesting that she is in "unwell" in the way that the famously dissolute Spectator columnist Jeffery Bernard was often described as "unwell".
Gibraltar
4 Dec 2014
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Whatever Floats Your Boat In Gibraltar
In last month’s bulletin from the world of finance, I focused on certain measures announced by our Chief Minister in this year’s Gibraltar Budget
Gibraltar
17 Sep 2014
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Collection Art In Gibraltar Is Now Less Taxing
I’m not entirely sure how it all happened so fast, but 2014 is half done already and here I am writing the August column.
Gibraltar
6 Aug 2014
9
How Does Gibraltar Compare?
It is gratifying when people say that they read my articles and last month’s piece about the "offshore" industry appears to have generated some interest.
Gibraltar
14 Apr 2014
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Is "Offshore" Really That Bad – And, If Not, Does The International Finance Industry In Gibraltar Face A Bright Future?
I’ve come to the conclusion that, despite my bluster and non-stop talking, I am really quite sensitive deep down.
Gibraltar
3 Mar 2014
11
Trusts
Last month’s column may have raised reader’s anxiety levels by emphasising the importance of forward planning – in particular the preparation of a will – and setting out some of the problems that could arise from a failure to undertake this simple, but crucial, step.
Gibraltar
6 Nov 2013
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VAT - How It Effects Gibraltar
We’ve all come across VAT, or IVA as it’s known across the border in Spain.
Gibraltar
8 Mar 2011
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Taxing Times - Do They Mean Good Times For Gibraltar?
Gibraltar’s much anticipated new corporate tax law finally came into effect on 1 January 2011.
Gibraltar
16 Feb 2011
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High Net Worth Residents in Gibraltar: How do you become one and are they good for us?
Last month I looked at some of the reasons why property prices in offshore jurisdictions such as Gibraltar are holding steady, while those across the border in Spain are heading south.
Gibraltar
19 Jul 2010
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High Net Worth Residents In Gibraltar: How Do You Become One And Are They Good For Us?
Last month I looked at some of the reasons why property prices in offshore jurisdictions such as Gibraltar are holding steady, while those across the border in Spain are heading south.
Gibraltar
24 Nov 2009
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