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  • 29th May 2014 | Category: Tax and Financial Planning
    With the Government seeing fit to make HM Revenue and Customs a payer of benefits (pension credit etc.) as well as a collector of taxes, it is no wonder that people are becoming confused as to which...
  • 29th May 2014 | Category: Tax and Financial Planning
    Phased retirement is the term given to the process by which retirement pensions are split into segments, which are then treated separately. It makes use of the rule in the UK that allows a retirement...
  • 29th May 2014 | Category: Tax and Financial Planning
    There is a bewildering variety of equity release schemes on the market and, judging by the letters pages of the financial press, they are not well understood. Releasing equity in a house can be an...
  • 29th May 2014 | Category: Tax and Financial Planning
    If you’ve ever had a session with a financial planning adviser, you will have heard about unit-linked and with-profits investments, but what does the jargon actually mean in practice?Unit-...
  • 29th May 2014 | Category: Tax and Financial Planning
    Successive governments have recognised that the spirit of entrepreneurialism, though deeply ingrained in the UK’s culture, is not really very well supported by the financial institutions. In an...

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