Wilson Nesbitt News & Updates

Tax investigations for Northern Ireland landlords

Tax investigations for Northern Ireland landlords

  HMRC is targeting landlords big and small in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK with their latest Second Homes Campaign.  Recent government estimates are that there are up... Read more

Fewer Northern Ireland companies with serious debt problems

By Gillian Crotty A new report suggests that there are fewer Northern Ireland companies with serious debt problems compared to last year. The Red Flag report in respect of the first quarter... Read more

Law Society advises Will writers on digital legacies

By Lenore Rice The Law Society has advised Will writers of the importance of clear instructions when it comes to their digital legacies. Many testators now have digital or online property, such... Read more

Drop in number of down-valuations of Northern Ireland properties

By Christine Farrell There was a decrease in the number of properties in Northern Ireland that were down-valued for mortgage purposes in the first quarter of this year. According to the Overestimate... Read more

Passengers reluctant to challenge drink drivers

By Neil Logan A new survey has revealed that a quarter of passengers who have been in a car driven by someone who had been drinking were too embarrassed to challenge... Read more

NI fraud victim criticises suspended jail sentence

By Gary Adair A Northern Ireland man who lost £50,000 as a result of a Spanish property fraud has voiced his frustration that the woman who took his money will not... Read more

Man says he signed divorce document without his glasses

By Lenore Rice A High Court judge has been told by an unnamed 'rich Arab' that he was not wearing his glasses when he signed a divorce document that required him... Read more

Northern Ireland tax investigations could increase

HMRC have recently announced their latest tax campaign targeting those in Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK with second incomes. This is the latest in a long line of... Read more

NI unemployment increased in March

By Gillian Crotty The rate of unemployment in Northern Ireland increased slightly to 7.7 per cent in March, despite the number of benefit claimants falling by 700. In the rest of... Read more

Unemployment rate fall sparks interest rate fears

By Michelle Rock Last August Bank of England governor Mark Carney issued a forward guidance policy in respect of interest rates in an effort to bring some assurance to mortgage borrowers... Read more