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Isla Leask discusses financial advice for individuals undergoing a divorce, emphasising the importance of financial planning, updating documents, managing debts, prioritising pensions, and seeking guidance to ensure financial stability and independence post-separation. Agreeing to a divorce is one o

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Ryan Gillies discusses the escalating challenge of attracting and retaining skilled talent, examining factors such as the skills shortage, the impact of the pandemic on working conditions, changing employee priorities like work-life balance, the rise of remote working, and the necessity for companie

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Employment law specialist Robin Turnbull writes about the recent legal victory for trade unions in the UK, making it illegal for employers to use agency staff to cover the work of striking employees, and discusses the potential implications. Following a recent legal challenge by 13 trade unions

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Andy Drane looks at the emerging trend of large corporations partnering with landowners to finance carbon offset projects as part of their efforts to reach net zero emissions, and discusses the opportunities, risks, and considerations involved for the landowners. Most landowners will fully recognise

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Clare Paterson writes about the initiatives and efforts undertaken by the Scottish Government and the construction industry to reform the process of construction procurement, discussing recent workshops focused on streamlining procurement, increasing collaboration, and improving outcomes. On average

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Tax expert Adrian Johnston discusses the recent increase in interest rates on late tax payments by the HMRC, its potential impact on businesses and individuals, and the possible solutions like the 'Time To Pay' service that allows for customised payment plans based on individual financial circumstan

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Ahead of the 1 October licence applications deadline, housing minister Paul McLennan discusses the importance of the short term let licensing scheme in Scotland, looking at its benefits to tourism and local economies, and addressing potential safety and housing availability risks. A few weeks ago, I

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There is no doubt that the UK is one of the best locations for wind power in the world – and there’s been significant investment to capitalise on that energy advantage. At present it has over 11,000 wind turbines with a total installed capacity of 28 gigawatts (GW) and aspires to secure

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