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Tax relief on failed investments

If an individual owns shares in a company that is liquidated, it is likely that the liquidation proceeds, less the acquisition cost, will result in an overall loss for Capital

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Landlords call on Government to reverse tax changes

The tax changes, announced in the 2015 Summer Budget by then Chancellor George Osborne, are being phased in over three years from April 2017 and mean higher-rate taxpayers can no

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Financial planning in a hung parliament

A hung parliament leaves many questions unanswered and people will be wondering what this means for their financial planning. However with no overall majority the government will find it difficult

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Budget 2017 – 10 end of tax year saving tips

Recent Budgets and Autumn Statements have brought much cheer for the investor with the introduction of the pension freedoms, Lifetime ISA, dividend allowance, increases to ISA allowances, and reductions in

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Make your portfolio tax efficient

Use your ISA and SIPP allowances ISAs and SIPPS are amongst the most tax efficient wrappers available and are supported by Government. The personal allowances of £20,000 and £40,000 per

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Investors will be grateful for no changes

Philip Hammond’s first, and last, Autumn Statement as Chancellor was something of a non-event for personal investors. There was no mention of Capital Gains Tax, savings allowances or the forthcoming