Saving For Your Future
8 min Read 04 Jan 2021
From 16th September 2013 consumers have been able to switch current account within 7 workings days. Previously, switching current accounts was...
News, Investing, The Budget 2010, Saving For Your Future
1 min Read 16 Mar 2010
Investors are rushing to sell shares and property ahead of the Budget on March 24, in the apparently misguided belief that Alistair Darling is about to raise capital gains tax rates.
Investing, Tips, Saving For Your Future
1 min Read 12 Mar 2010
As the title suggests here are 3 links which you should find interesting. Today’s selection all have an investment slant and may give food for thought when building your investment/share portfolios.
Account & Rates, Tax Mitigation, Investing, Tips, Saving For Your Future, Tax
4 min Read 08 Mar 2010
With the tax year end fast approaching (5th April) time is running out to use your annual ISA allowance When it comes to tax concessions they are few and far between these days. So it is important that if you plan on saving or investing that you look to utilise...
1 min read 02 Mar 2010
The Treasury has accepted ‘in principle’ pension proposals from the Tax Incentivised Savings Associaton (Tisa) to reduce the annual allowance and restore higher rate tax relief. Tisa director of retirement planning Malcolm Small believes it has enough support for its pension reforms to see it become Treasury policy later this year. The...
1 min Read 24 Feb 2010
It's been announced that the Government's 100% guarantee of the bank's deposits is to be removed with effect from 24th May 2010. Therefore in future savers at Northern Rock may not get all their money back should the worst happen and the bank goes under. However Northern Rock savers need not...
6 min Read 11 Feb 2010
Under current legislation, you can start taking an income from your pension fund when you reach 50. However, on 6 April 2010, the minimum pension age will increase to 55.
Income Tax, Tax Mitigation, Tips, Saving For Your Future, Tax
2 min Read 04 Feb 2010
(updated 23/1/12) If your spouse is a non-income tax payer (i.e. a housewife) and you are an income tax payer (i.e. working) it makes sense to hold any money on...
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