Author Articles by Daryl Griffiths

Buy to Let Landlords – How to Reduce the Threat of Fraud on your Property

Buy to Let Landlords Property Fraud

Share If you’re a buy-to-let landlord you are no doubt aware of the increasing risk of money laundering and property fraud. However you may not be aware of which properties and property owners are most at risk. Buy to let …
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5 Tax efficient ways to give to charity

Leaving a gift in your will is a great way to give to charity, but it’s not the only way…

This week, as part of ‘Remember a Charity’s’ awareness week, we look at a number of tax efficient ways you can give to charity, as well as leaving a gift in your Will.
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The Gift that keeps on giving…

Remember a charity in your Will

It’s a little known fact that most charities wouldn’t survive without gifts in Wills. While 70% of people are said to support a charity during their lives, just 7% continue supporting them once they are gone. By remembering your favourite charities in your Will however,  you are ensuring that their good work carries on.
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The Importance of a Lasting Power of Attorney

Lasting Power of Attorney Advice

If you are up to date with recent news, you may be aware of a legal document known as an LPA, or ‘Lasting Power of Attorney’, since the unfortunate case of Frank Willett was brought to light. We look at some of the most commonly-asked questions about LPAs and explain why, in the face of rising cases of dementia in the UK, it could be the most important decision you make for your future.

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We’re Recruiting! Criminal Defence Solicitor

We are recruiting for a new criminal defence solicitor at our expanding modern law firm in Bury St Edmunds. If you are a qualified solicitor with at least two years of current experience, then we would love for you to join us.
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Data Protection Rules – Small businesses are not immune!

Information Commissioner - data protection compliance

Large or small, it doesn’t matter. If your business deals with personal data of any kind, it must be registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). The protection of personal data is big news and the enforcement of data protection laws is set to become more stringent as big changes come into force next year.
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Help St Nicholas Hospice during ‘Wills Week’ 2017

Make a will during Wills Week 2017

From 30th May to 2nd June 2017 we will be dedicating a whole week to encouraging people in and around Bury St Edmunds to get a will drawn up or updated at our offices in Whiting Street.
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Rewarding Bury’s next generation of rugby stars

Bury Minis Rugby Club

Bury St Edmunds is such a vibrant place, with so much to offer residents young and old – particularly when it comes to sporting events. We recently had the pleasure of sponsoring the Bury St Edmunds RUFC Minis’ team medals – handed to the young players at their end of season presentation and family day last month.
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Avoid being ‘named and shamed’ for underpaying National Minimum and Living Wages

Share We now know that the government is taking a no-holds-barred approach to those employers who fail to follow national minimum wage and national living wage regulations. A press release from the government’s Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy has …
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£140 Donated to Local Samaritans this Christmas

Share This christmas we created a giant alternative-staff-christmas-card (actually a repurposed white board in the staff area!) and encouraged everyone to write their christmas greetings and make a small donation to our local Samaritans group: One million of the calls for …
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