At the risk of offending 52% of my readership, I will nail my colours to the mast: ich bin ein Remainer. Which is why I was in a particularly reflective mood, following the outcome last week, to consider some of the taxation impacts of leaving the EU.
As many of you will know from the January edition of this missive: “… Bob Law, CEO of Langdowns DFK, is stepping down from his position after 39 years at the firm … Bob will continue on at the firm until his retirement on the 30th April …”.
In the age-old tradition of making my Tax Tips topical, I have today received notification that my consent order has been approved by a family law court. For those of you happily oblivious to such terminology, a consent order is a financial contract that is voluntarily and jointly agreed by a divorcing couple, to finalise all financial obligations arising from their marriage.
This week, I am back from witnessing the seething cauldron known as the ‘Night Race’. No, not the mad clamour to get tax returns submitted on time, but one from my bucket list: a floodlit world cup slalom ski event at Schladming in Austria, where 55,000 very excitable Austrians annually create a magical atmosphere, trying to roar home the national hero Marcel Hirscher.
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