Thursday, December 15, 2011 | Posted by: Fiona Cullinan
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The latest issue of Grant Thornton’s Bespoke magazine is out now and comes packed with lifestyle features, tax perspectives and wealth management issues, and other hot topics facing high earners and high net worth individuals in the UK. Here’s what you’ll find in our latest issue and how to join our mailing list.
We’ll be publishing some of the features here on the Bespoke blog but to get a full copy of the magazine, you’ll need to join our mailing list (see details below).
Bespoke Winter 2011 issue features:
• Destinations – A CEO based in St Helena talks about life and work on one of Britain’s oldest colonies, while the owner of Kilworth House talks about its outdoor theatre.
• Non-dom news – on a new proposal for uncapped exemption from tax for remittances of certain foreign income/gains.
• Charity – how proposed IHT rules may reduce charitable gifts, plus a potential solution.
• Investing in – rock memorabilia: an expert’s guide.
• Gambling – hidden drivers, how casinos try to sway players and is investment a form of gambling?
• Property – how retiring baby boomers may sink the market for larger, more expensive housing.
• Pension tax reliefs – a quirk in income tax legislation has created advantages for a specific tax bracket.
• Trusts – three experts ask if there is still a place for trusts in wealth planning.
• A day in the life of… Erik Fairbairn, chief executive of Pod Point.
• Priceless – writer Michael Morpurgo on why a puppet horse is priceless to him.
How to get a copy
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