Friday, December 10, 2010 | Posted by: Fiona Cullinan
Categories: Business, Day in the life, Personal, Protecting your wealth | Tags: tax, entrepreneurs, links, HNWIs, capital gains tax, CGT, technology, Bespoke, magazine, James Caan, relief, will, investments, fraud
There’s a flavour of Victorian adventure, melodrama and high-level swindling in our latest issue of Bespoke magazine – Grant Thornton’s twice-yearly magazine for the HNW community. It’s also available to download (see below) so here’s a preview of what’s inside, including practical financial insights, riveting reads and tales of the good life.
Our Winter 2010 issue features:
* In Scott’s footsteps: how Roger Weatherby re-created Scott’s trek to the South Pole using only Victorian equipment, clothing and sealskin boots insulated with straw.
* The British Asian entrepreneur who arrived in 1971 with just £10 in his pocket and whose sense of humour is still opening doors.
* The pros, cons and changing outlook for EFRBS tax incentives.
* Mike Warburton – ‘the UK’s tax advisor’ – on bringing tax into the 21st century.
* Collectable whiskies – an expert’s guide.
* Great Fakes tells the story of some of the world’s greatest art forgeries, including the family that sold forgeries for millions from a shed in their council-house garden.
* Tips on due diligence to help protect you from expensive mistakes.
* Melodrama (and modern lessons) of a badly drafted Victorian will.
* Holding or considering loan notes? Read this feature to avoid a nasty tax surprise.
* A day in the life of… Noel Parkinson, former footballer turned car-buying entrepreneur.
* A round-up of recent tax changes, plus investment opportunities in the tech sector.
* Time is money for James Caan from Dragon’s Den, more so for his passion for investing in watches.
How to get your FREE copy
To view a PDF version of the current magazine, just download here. Or to subscribe to receive future editions, either electronically or as a hard copy, please email your name, address and preferred format to email@example.com
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