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Elections, Bills and Budgets: a new course?

Thousands of people are transferring out of final salary pensions in order to get their hands on a significant cash fund. Once the decision is made, however, it can’t be reversed, so it is crucial to make sure you get the right advice.

Are you covered on personal lending?

The rate at which personal lending is rising is worrying the Bank of England, with many people uninsured for rising levels of debt.

Elections, Budgets and Bills – a new course?

Since the Budget in March, the political landscape has changed signifi cantly. With a second Finance Bill on the horizon, uncertainty is making efficient tax-planning difficult.

Inheritance tax receipts hit a new high

The IHT tax take broke through the £5 billion level this year. How much do you want to contribute to the Revenue’s coffers?

You’ve used your ISA allowance – what’s next?

How can you effectively manage tax and other considerations if you find yourself with additional funds over and above your £20,000 ISA allowance?

Funding a degree in debt?

Students in England are now likely to graduate with debts of £50,000. How can you help, wherever in the country your student relatives study?

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