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Prepare now for the new tax year

Prepare now for the new tax year

Story 26/02/19

The new tax rates and thresholds for the 2019/20 tax year will take effect from 6 April, and here’s what you need to know about the changes coming into effect.

Monthly economic commentary: February 2019

Monthly economic commentary: February 2019

Commentary 22/02/19

Our chief economist, Colin Warren, looks at the significance of the US central bank’s actions that are behind both the market declines in Q4 and the bounce-back in 2019, in his latest economic commentary.

Breathe a sigh of relief this tax year-end

Breathe a sigh of relief this tax year-end

Story 18/02/19

The 2018/19 tax year end is fast approaching, which means now is the time to review your tax position. There are certain steps you can take to ensure you remain ahead, and we start by looking at reliefs, specifically pension tax relief.

Shareholder protection – what happens to my business if I die?

Shareholder protection – what happens to my business if I die?

Story 15/02/19

If you haven’t yet made a plan for what'll happen to your business in the event of the death or critical illness of a director, key shareholder or star employee, here's what you need to know.

Get your finances in order with the ‘PIMPSI' rule

Get your finances in order with the ‘PIMPSI' rule

Story 12/02/19

Joe Swanson, an independent adviser at AFH Wealth Management, looks at what you need to be thinking about when it comes to creating your financial plan.

The risks of leaving inheritance tax planning too late

The risks of leaving inheritance tax planning too late

Story 05/02/19

The risks, costs and delayed timescales that can be involved in deathbed IHT planning could mean if you leave it too late, it could cost your beneficiaries a lot.

The pensions cold-calling ban means you should act now

The pensions cold-calling ban means you should act now

Story 31/01/19

With the ban on pensions cold-calling, the Government is urging people to seek independent financial advice. But what does this mean if you need help with your pension?

Filling the pensions hole for the self-employed

Filling the pensions hole for the self-employed

Story 28/01/19

Automatic enrolment has seen almost 10 million people join a workplace pension arrangement since its launch. However, it's missed out those who are self-employed.

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