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04
OCT
2018

SME and Brexit

Tracker data for this quarter shows Small and Medium-size Enterprises (SME) confidence and investment on the back foot after a seemingly promising start to the year. It seems that SMEs, and more widely the economy, have taken a step backwards. But how much of this is linked to... Read More →
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04
OCT
2018

Brexit and retirement

The decision made by the British public to leave the European Union last month has triggered financial uncertainty in the British economy, and this in turn has rippled through to global markets. Those who are investing for the long-term need not feel overly worried about current... Read More →
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10
SEP
2018

Inheritance Tax…What’s going on?

If you were to describe inheritance tax (IHT) in one word, what would that word be? Unpopular, unfair, complex, detested maybe? Dubbed Britain’s most hated tax, it’s currently paid by one in 20 people in the UK, but that figure is expected to rise to one in 10 in the not too... Read More →
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02
JUL
2018

Pension planning at age 50: Ten key points to consider.

Turning 50 is set to become a milestone in pension planning as, following a recommendation from the regulator, providers begin to issue savers with their first retirement wake-up packs earlier than ever before. Here, we look at ten points that you need to think about. The... Read More →
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17
APR
2018

Retirement Income. What is right for you?

The pension freedoms came along at a time when annuity values were at rock bottom and the pensions market was perceived as in need of a shakeup. Introducing more flexibility into pensions has presented many advisers and their clients with challenges. Many more options at the... Read More →
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09
APR
2018

Tax changes for 2018/19

The state pension will go up by 3 % (6 April) as part of a number of changes which take effect at the start of the tax year. In real terms this means the state pension will increase by £3.65 a week to £164.34. The state pension is increased every year according to the... Read More →
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16
MAR
2018

BABY BOOMERS TIME TO THINK ABOUT INHERITANCE TAX

Born between the mid 1940’s and mid 1960’s? You should begin to think about your estate planning. The data showed that the gender gap rises with age, as women aged 50, who want to match their male counterpart’s pension at retirement, would need to pay an extra £360 into... Read More →
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