Lasting Power of Attorney  – what is it for?
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Lasting Power of Attorney – what is it for?
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on May 5, 2021

Lasting Power of Attorney – what is it for? Here, we help you understand and give some guidance to guide you in making the right decisions.

Personal Financial Planning for the elderly – Part 3
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Personal Financial Planning for the elderly – Part 3
Posted by Kevin Wheeler on April 30, 2021

Personal Financial planning – in part 3, we look at things from a tax planning perspective and at issues around Inheritance Tax.

Ethical tax planning – is it worthwhile?
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Ethical tax planning – is it worthwhile?
Posted by Karen Jones on April 26, 2021

We discuss the benefits of ethical tax planning and seek to explain why this is a valuable route to take when looking to reduce tax.

Financial Planning for the elderly – Part 2 of 3
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Financial Planning for the elderly – Part 2 of 3
Posted by Kevin Wheeler on April 23, 2021

Financial planning for the elderly is vital once your parents and relatives reach their golden years. We examine the areas to consider.

High Income Child Benefit Charge changes – what you need to know
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High Income Child Benefit Charge changes – what you need to know
Posted by Karen Jones on April 19, 2021

This year the High Income Child Benefit Charge will affect some basic rate taxpayers for the first time. Here’s what you need to know.

Financial planning advice for the elderly – Part 1 of 3
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Financial planning advice for the elderly – Part 1 of 3
Posted by Kevin Wheeler on April 9, 2021

Financial planning advice becomes more and more relevant the older you become. We look at various aspects such as Wills and Inheritance Tax.

Pension top up – must be paid by 5th April!
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Pension top up – must be paid by 5th April!
Posted by Jon Pryse-Jones on March 15, 2021

It’s always a good idea to review your pension contributions and consider whether it would be beneficial to do a pension top up before the end of the tax year on 5th April.

How to pay less tax – timing is everything – part two
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How to pay less tax – timing is everything – part two
Posted by Karen Jones on March 15, 2021

Read more on when it comes to finding ways to pay less tax – timing is everything which looks into taking time out to consider your business’ tax planning options before 6 April each tax year.

The Budget & SMEs (pt 2): Super Deduction, Corporation Tax & NICs
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The Budget & SMEs (pt 2): Super Deduction, Corporation Tax & NICs
Posted by Ben Locker on March 10, 2021

In our second post clarifying the latest Budget, we look at the new 130% Super Deduction, Corporation Tax changes and Class 2 NICs.

Employee travel benefits – the effect of COVID-19
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Employee travel benefits – the effect of COVID-19
Posted by Liz Cordell on March 10, 2021

As well as paying your employees a competitive salary, providing a good employee benefits package is also important. Employee travel benefits have been an important part of remuneration for many. But has this changed since the COVID-19 pandemic?

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