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October 19 , 2017 / Posted by Lissa Horton / Events General / No Comments

DON’T LET THIS HAPPEN TO YOU – Information Session, 15th November

Important changes to the rules regarding Inheritance Tax come in to effect from April 2017 with the introduction of the Residence Nil Rate Band, which means that £1m, could fall outside a couple’s estate.  For many local residents, this could mean that their main residence falls outside the scope of this pernicious tax.  However, the many

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October 12 , 2017 / Posted by Lissa Horton / General / No Comments

£10 Notes…

As you will have noticed, a new polymer £10 note has been introduced by the Bank of England and early editions are expected to be particularly valuable.  Collectors and eagle-eyed members of the public have been hunting for early editions, particularly for serial numbers beginning with AA. The first note – AA01 000001 is traditionally

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October 2 , 2017 / Posted by Lissa Horton / General / No Comments

Monarch ceases trading…

Monarch has become the biggest UK airline to cease trading, leaving over 2,500 staff and thousands more holidaymakers worrying about what lies ahead. KPMG placed the airline into administration and all further flights were cancelled with immediate effect. The airline’s future had been in doubt for a number of years and the news came as little

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August 3 , 2017 / Posted by Lissa Horton / General / No Comments

Pretirement…

With longer life expectancies and better health, there is no longer a cut-off point at which you retire.  For many, the prospect of retirement evokes images of doing exactly what they want and deservedly so after 40-odd years of working life. However, for some that ‘new chapter’ in life is one road that they are

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July 20 , 2017 / Posted by Lissa Horton / News / No Comments

Fall in Consumer Inflation

The Office for National Statistics recently reported that the Consumer Price Index (CPI) fell to 2.6% from its previous four year high of 2.9%. Bank of England policymakers and economists have debated over whether the spike in inflation should be the catalyst for the Bank Of England Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) to start tightening fiscal

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