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Budget Summary Key Issues Autumn 2018

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Please find summary document of the key issues arising from yesterday’s budget for your information. Kindly prepared by our own accountants, CHD Chartered Accountants & Tax Advisors. See 2018 Autumn Budget Wealthflow LLP › Should you have any questions arising from the points mentioned, please do not hesitate to contact Duncan Glassey direct on 0131 247 6745. For […]

Wealthflow : Budget Review 2016

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It’s business as usual for pension saving as the Chancellor confirmed there will be no imminent changes to pension tax relief. And the introduction of the new LISA saving vehicle from April 2017 adds another attractive complementary option to the saving landscape. Taken together with cuts in CGT rates, further boosts in income tax thresholds […]

Plot your route to retirement

With retirement on their minds but wondering how they could do it without jeopardising their finances, investing in advice from a financial planner was a move that paid handsome dividends for the Armstrongs. Campbell Armstrong, a head- teacher in Kilmarnock, decided it was time to get some help when he and his wife, both 59, […]

Budget Summary June 2010

Please find below our Budget summary covering the key tax issues in George Osborne’s first Budget. The June Budget had been characterised as ‘the unavoidable Budget’ and the ‘emergency Budget’ and contained a number of very important announcements about tax. These included: The increase in the rate of VAT from 17.5% to 20% to take […]

Budget report 2010 commentary

So, the chancellor has given his final Budget report before the next General Election. In summary the key highlights are: Pensions The Chancellor confirmed that, from 6 April 2011, individuals with gross incomes of £150,000 or more will have their tax relief restricted. From April 2011, those aged over 75 will pay no tax on […]