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Budget tax changes: set for a comeback?

Several important changes to tax and benefits were introduced at the beginning of 2017/18. It makes sense to review your financial planning regularly to make sure it's still fully effective.

After all, last year's sensible strategy could be this year's tax trap.

Also in this issue

The residence nil rate band - not all it seems

The inheritance tax residence nil rate band is now available and will potentially cut the inheritance tax bill on your estate by £40,000

Just one more year

The next increase in State Peniosn Age has edged nearer

Diversifying your investments

How can you arrange your investments to cope with future uncertainty?

Think before you phase retirement

Phasing retirement is not as easy as you may think

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