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Answering your questions on Equity Release

Sophie Barnes
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What is Equity Release? Many people have heard of the term, but don't understand what it is or how it works. Equity release is an option for homeowners to release tax-free cash from their property. It is becoming an increasingly popular way for people...

High Court success for Chattertons' Employment Team!

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The Employment Team have successfully defended an appeal heard in the High Court on a legal point never before determined with binding precedence.  The case, led by Grant Shackleston, concerned whether an express confidentiality term in an ACAS COT3...

Retirement Cash Flow Modelling - A Tool To Help The Future You.

David Martin
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Retirement – The Road Ahead We may have to work for 40 years to enable us to enjoy the retirement we dream about. Although everyone's vision of retirement is different, they all require the same thing – enough money to fund it. As...

Managing your affairs during the Covid-19 Crisis - the right time is now

Florence Gardner
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The current Covid-19 pandemic has caused many of us to reflect upon our own mortality and the need to manage our own affairs. During these difficult times, many of us have also found ourselves with time that we have never had before. It is often the case...

BY YOUR SIDE

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            Here at Chattertons we understand that the COVID-19 pandemic shall have only served to intensify any cracks in your relationships and any disagreements regarding the care of your children. We appreciate...

FURLOUGH LEAVE EXTENDED

Natasha Halliday
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Since the creation of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme on 19 March  2020, the Government has contributed towards the wages of 7.5 million workers and it is estimated that it has cost over £14 billion to date. On 12 May 2020, The Chancellor,...

Chattertons Conveyancing and COVID-19

Honor Ireland
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Moving house is often described as one of the most stressful periods of your life – how about throwing a global pandemic into the mix? It is estimated there are around 450,000 house moves that had been put on hold. This week we have had the news that...

An End to the Swedish Derogation

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On 6 th April 2020, the Agency Worker (Amendment) Regulations 2019 came into force which had the effect of abolishing the Swedish Derogation.  What is the Swedish Derogation? Before 6 th April this year, Regulations 10 and 11 of the Agency Worker...

An End to Free Movement: an Overview

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Significant changes will be made to the way employers in the UK recruit citizens from around the world following the introduction of a new points-based immigration system from 1 st January 2021, which will mean an end to free movement. The key aim of the...