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Key Points for Savers & Investors Income tax Personal Allowance remains unchanged at £12,500. The threshold above which higher earners start paying 40% tax is also unchanged at £50,000. They are due to increase in line with Consumer Price Index (CPI) in future years. Pension changes Standard lifetime allowance The standard lifetime allowance for pensions…

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Harold Wilson once stated that ‘a week is a long time in politics’, and this has been highlighted clearly recently. The first draft of this article is now in the bin, as it discussed the thoughts and expectations of the first ever Budget delivered by the Chancellor, Sajid Javid, promising an ‘infrastructure revolution’. However, after…

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We have had a new Prime Minster for only a matter of weeks and Mr Johnson has already polarised opinion nearly as much as the topic that has been front and centre of the nation’s thoughts since David Cameron announced the Referendum back in 2016. ‘Brexit’ has become such a familiar term that it has…

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Autumn Budget 2018: Key Points for Savers & Investors Income tax Personal Allowance will be increased to £12,500 on 6 April 2019 for the 2019-2020 tax year. The threshold above which higher earners start paying 40% tax is being increased to £50,000. These allowances will remain the same for 2020/21 and then increase in line…

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We work closely with our clients to help them achieve their financial objectives. We have always believed in the value of good financial advice and it is encouraging when independent research supports our opinion. The International Longevity Centre recently produced some research, they are a charitable organisation focusing on some of the biggest challenges facing…

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One of the key commitments in the Tory Manifesto back in 2015 was the ability to leave the family home to your children in your will without it incurring Inheritance Tax. The Government recognised that property price increases had pulled many more people into the Inheritance Tax net than before. The aim, therefore, was to introduce…

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March commences and we have the traditional daffodils appearing, clocks will be going back and the final push of snow disappears as the ‘Beast from the East’ slips away. But, it seems that one of the March traditions has ceased for the time being as the Treasury have confirmed that the Spring Budget will be…

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