The Summer Finance Bill is expected to inject some heat into Westminster debates as Prime Minister Theresa May’s government readies to resurrect some old ideas.
Around 4 million British and EU expats have lived in uncertainty since the Brexit referendum vote a year ago – and despite some clarity from British Prime Minister Theresa May few are clearer about their futures today.
After Theresa May’s initial declaration a year ago that she would guide Britain into a ‘Hard Brexit’, many expats feared the worst – not only because for those that live and work in Europe any kind of Brexit is viewed as something of a disaster, but because the word ‘hard’ in the context of Brexit, suggests we must all prepare for a jump from the EU plane without so much as a parachute to ease us back down to the ground.
Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have become a favoured route for modern investors to find diversification and flexibility in funds, as advantages such as low expense ratios, and no minimum deposit limits can be utilised. There is also a benefit from a taxation perspective, as capital gains tax is exempt from shareholder sales within EFTs, as oppose to mutual funds.