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State Pension Triple Lock Survives – For Now

The government has acted to ensure state pension increases can happen next April.

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Another Autumn Budget Deferred

After heavy hinting from the Treasury for some weeks, the expected Autumn Budget has been pushed into spring 2021.

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National Savings Wields the Axe

National Savings rate to drop sharply from the 24th November.

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Market Update: a Quieter Quarter

The third quarter of 2020 saw share markets calmer than in the previous two.

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Chancellor's Winter Economy Plan Less Generous

The Government announces the next phase of its coronavirus support scheme with a modest Winter Economy Plan.

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Later Life Financial Planning: What is it and Why is it Important?

If you’re approaching retirement, then you’ve most likely dreamt about how you want to spend your time. But have you given due consideration as to how you plan to finance this new lifestyle?

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Global Dividends Fall Less than in the UK

Dividends paid by overseas companies fell less sharply than their UK counterparts in the second quarter of the year.

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Court Rules on Complex Inheritance Tax Liability Case

The case involving IHT liability on a pension transfer has finally been settled nearly 14 years after the subject died

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US Stock Market Storms Ahead

The main US stock market index hit several new all-time highs in August.

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Who Pays Capital Gains Tax?

HMRC has published some interesting research into capital gains tax (CGT).

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