Blog - Archive for the ‘Tax’ Category

Spring Statement 2022

23rd Mar, 2022

The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, unveiled his Spring Statement today (23rd March). There were few changes announced, many of which were leaked beforehand. These changes are set out below.   National Insurance In 2021, the Government announced a hike in the rate of National Insurance which it said would take effect from April 2022. It said […]

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Pension or ISA

25th Nov, 2021

Personal pensions and ISAs are, arguably, two of the most well-known ways in which people can save for the future. But which is best? In this post I will set out the key differences. If you are interested in setting up either a pension or ISA, book a free initial meeting with one of our […]

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What will happen to my personal pension when I die?

18th Nov, 2021

Due to the auto-enrolment rules, more people than ever have some personal pension savings. In some cases, personal pensions can form a significant portion of financial wealth. But do you know what will happen to this money when you pass away? Advice Our advisers can help you review your existing pension savings to ensure the […]

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Budget 2021

3rd Mar, 2021

  Today (3rd March) the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, announced the government’s spending and taxation plans for the coming year. Besides various measures announced to combat the economic impact of the “coronavirus”, the Budget covered everything from changes in welfare to changes in personal finance (which I have focused on in this post). […]

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2020 Budget

11th Mar, 2020

Today (11th March) the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, announced the government’s spending and taxation plans for the coming year. Besides various measures announced to combat the economic impact of the “coronavirus”, the Budget covered everything from changes in welfare to changes in personal finance (which I have focused on in this post). If […]

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2018 Budget

29th Oct, 2018

  Today (29th October) the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, announced his second Autumn Budget. Traditionally the Budget is presented on a Wednesday, and Mr Hammond was keen to insist this change was not made to avoid his speech falling on Halloween. As usual the Budget covered everything from changes in welfare to changes […]

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