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New Season New Budget: How will your Finances be Affected?

As autumn arrives, the next Budget is not far away.

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Capital Gains Tax Comes Under Review

The Chancellor has asked the Office of Tax Simplification to review capital gains tax.

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Summer Stamp Duty Changes

The Chancellor’s Summer Statement introduced temporary changes in stamp duty land tax on homes, which prompted similar – but not identical – changes in Scotland and Wales.

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Dividends Plummet by Over 50%

Dividends paid by UK companies dropped dramatically in the second quarter of the year. Have you got your parachute ready? 

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Inheritance disputes

More arguments about wills are reaching the High Court.

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So much cash, so little interest...

The latest statistics on ISAs have emerged, showing nearly £270bn is held in cash, but are cash ISAs still worthwhile?

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Calling Time on the Triple Lock State Pensions?

The long-standing triple lock underpinning state pensions may be under threat as a result of Covid-19.

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Could the UK Introduce a US-Style Alternative Minimum Tax ?

The adoption in the UK of a transatlantic approach to income tax could appeal to a cash-strapped Chancellor.

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2020 Rollercoaster Ride for Investors

The second quarter saw stock market recovery after the Covid-19 shock, but not to previous levels or directions.  

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Accumulated Runs: Two Tricky Hundreds

The cricket season may only now be slowly getting underway, but May saw the Chancellor score two centuries which, in different times, would have deeply worried investors. It's time for judicious tax panning. 

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