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A Relevant Life?

Company directors paying 40% personal income tax could save up to 52% on their life insurance premiums (up to a 36% saving for those on a 20% tax rate) when compared to having personal life cover in place. Read more ...

Could your business cope with the loss of a key person?

The UK business landscape has changed significantly with the recent boom in small and medium size enterprises – today there are 5.2 million businesses, employing 15 million people. But how many business owners could unknowingly be leaving themselves and their business financially vulnerable? Read more ...

Investment Market Update - Jan 2016

2016 has already had a somewhat eventful start for investment markets. To be fair many of the issues that are causing uncertainty are not new issues but the continuation of concerns that had already started to develop in the latter part of 2015. Read more ...

The Autumn Statement

Essentially revised forecasts on economic growth, borrowing and tax receipts from the Office for Budget Responsibility allowed the Chancellor of the Exchequer some leeway to soften certain austerity measures, and to backtrack on previous announcements. Read more ...

Investment Market Update

Following last month’s General Election the May stock market reflected the increased confidence offered by the prospect of a unified government. Medium-sized and smaller UK companies generally outpaced their larger counterparts throughout the month particularly as their business tend to be more exposed to domestic economic developments rather than international events. Read more ...

Pensions as Inheritance Tax Planning Vehicles

Amidst the flurry of recent pension changes and announcements, and indeed the start of electoral campaigning, one of the most striking announcements has been that relating to the idea that large pension funds can now be passed down through the family line whilst legitimately avoiding inheritance tax. Read more ...

Be Pension “Wise”

From April, savers will, for the first time, be able to take their pensions in cash. As part of these reforms, savers will be offered a free half-hour of guidance from a new Government service called Pension Wise. Read more ...

The Long Run Up To the Election

In the long run up to the General Election, the economy, along with the National Health Service, will prove to be the battlefield on which voters will be asked to make decisions. Read more ...