Sound advice when you need it most

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Selling a business can be one of the most joyous moments in life. It can also be one of the most challenging. The deal is signed. The champagne corks have popped. And the cohort of advisers head for the exit, leaving the entrepreneur alone to contemplate their new situation

Winning back trust is the first step

Lost confidence following the financial crash must be regained by wealth managers in trust built on greater understanding of clients’ needs, writes Liz Malein

Don’t do it all by yourself

Managing your own investment portfolio may be a false economy, as Tristan Blythe explains

Moving to the UK?

The question of your tax residence is of vital importance to your UK tax position, especially if you live abroad and are thinking of spending any time in the UK. If you are UK tax-resident, you pay UK income and capital gains tax on all your worldwide income and gains, whereas a non-resident is outside the scope of UK income tax and capital gains tax

Delivering cash from abroad

Of all the risks facing businesses exporting goods and services abroad, the biggest are those that hit you in the pocket. Delivering the goods is one thing, getting paid is quite another. Dan Matthews looks for a solution

Online sales are a real eye-opener

More and more opticians are gradually drifting online, but in a sector where service and attention to detail are as important as the glasses themselves, what are the implications for eye health and the high street? Dan Matthews investigates

How safe is laser surgery?

Laser eye surgery has been around for many years but is still not without its risks; luckily expert advice is available to help you make the right choices, as Peter Archer reports