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“Tax Day” never came, but could it?

This content is for information and inspiration purposes only. It should not be taken as financial or investment advice. To receive personalised, regulated financial advice regarding your affairs please consult an independent financial adviser. Leading to the week starting on the 22nd March, many speculated that a “Tax Day” was coming. The expectation was that […]
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Maximise your ISA in 2021-22

This content is for information and inspiration purposes only. It should not be taken as financial or investment advice. To receive personalised, regulated financial advice regarding your affairs please consult an independent financial adviser. The 5th April deadline for the 2020-21 tax year has now passed. For those who took time to get the most […]
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Stamp duty holiday extension: implications for the market

This content is for information and inspiration purposes only. It should not be taken as financial or investment advice. To receive personalised, regulated financial advice regarding your affairs please consult an independent financial adviser. Many people will have been relieved by the Chancellor’s announcement in early March that the “Stamp Duty Holiday” will be extended […]
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What the March budget means for your tax plan

This content is for information and inspiration purposes only. It should not be taken as financial or investment advice. To receive personalised, regulated financial advice regarding your affairs please consult an independent financial adviser. Pundits are still digesting the Budget released near the start of March 2021. Yet the implications for tax planning have become […]
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Is your financial protection ready for 2021?

This content is for information and inspiration purposes only. It should not be taken as financial or investment advice. To receive personalised, regulated financial advice regarding your affairs please consult an independent financial adviser. Nobody is quite certain what 2021 will hold. Yet it seems likely that many of the government’s COVID-19 financial support measures […]
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Is a “wealth tax” coming, and what does it mean for you?

This content is for information and inspiration purposes only. It should not be taken as financial or investment advice. To receive personalised, regulated financial advice regarding your affairs please consult an independent financial adviser. COVID-19 has taken a toll not only on mental health and household incomes, but also on the wider UK economy. At […]
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6 financial planning lessons to learn from 2020

This content is for information and inspiration purposes only. It should not be taken as financial or investment advice. To receive personalised, regulated financial advice regarding your affairs please consult an independent financial adviser. 2020 saw many households’ finances destabilised as businesses closed, self-employed people lost work and jobs were shed. Whilst much of the […]
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Payment holidays – act before they close

This content is for information and inspiration purposes only. It should not be taken as financial or investment advice. To receive personalised, regulated financial advice regarding your affairs please consult an independent financial adviser. The UK economy and individual households continue to wrestle with the fallout of COVID-19 and various national and local lockdowns – […]
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Christmas 2020: review your tax for a better 2021

This content is for information and inspiration purposes only. It should not be taken as financial or investment advice. To receive personalised, regulated financial advice regarding your affairs please consult an independent financial adviser. Many families have been forced to reassess their monthly budget and curb spending in 2020 as the pandemic has reduced household […]
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Remortgaging during COVID-19: a short guide

This content is for information and inspiration purposes only. It should not be taken as financial or investment advice. To receive personalised, regulated financial advice regarding your affairs please consult an independent financial adviser. One of your highest monthly outgoings is likely to be your mortgage. Research suggests that renters in London pay over £1,840 […]
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