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28th April 2020

Update on NI thresholds and benefit rates for 2020/21

National Insurance thresholds for 2020/21 The level at which taxpayers start to pay NICs has risen by more than 10% to £9,500 per year.....

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23rd April 2020

Intestacy provisions increase in England and Wales

The amount a surviving spouse or civil partner inherits under the England and Wales intestacy rules (when there are children/issue) has been increased....

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23rd April 2020

Maturing Child Trust Funds

HMRC has confirmed that maturing Child Trust Funds (CTF) will retain tax-free status from 6 April 2020. Although these new rules applied from 6 April the first CTF accounts will not mature until September 2020....

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23rd April 2020

Trust Registration Service – Final decison

We mentioned last year that the government were proposing changes to the Trust Registration Service (TRS). The consultation closed on 21 February and the decision has been published....

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23rd April 2020

Changes to Capital Gains Tax – deadline for UK property sales

The deadline for paying Capital Gains Tax (CGT) after the sale of a residential property in the UK changed on 6th April 2020....

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15th April 2020

Our Guide Dog – Ruby

We are delighted to be sponsoring 'Ruby', a golden retriever puppy through her training to become a vital, much needed, companion for a person with sight loss....

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15th April 2020

The importance of Lasting Powers of Attorney

There are two types of LPA. Firstly, there is a ‘property and financial affairs’ LPA, which gives the attorney(s) the power to make decisions in relation to the donors finances etc....

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15th April 2020

ISA allowances for the current tax year

Your personal ISA allowance for the tax year 2020/21 is £20,000, which has remained unchanged from the previous tax year....

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30th June 2019

Changes to Private Residence Relief

Currently if a person sells the residential property they have owned since buying it, any gain should be exempt from capital gains tax....

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