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Back To School For Student Loan Repayments

Victoria Chambers

08 April 2016

From 6th April 2016, the income thresholds for student loan repayments has changed. Now is a good time to do some cramming if you are an employer hiring graduates this summer. Like Income Tax and National Insurance contributions, student loan … Read More >>

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Making the most of your pension this Christmas

Ian Jefferson

19 December 2015

Reviewing personal pension arrangements at this time of year may not feature high up on your list of priorities before the Big Day, but it should. There have been a number of changes this year which may affect your pension … Read More >>

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Happy Small Business Saturday!

Felicity Clarke

05 December 2015

Now in its third year, Small Business Saturday is back and bigger than ever taking place today, on Saturday 5th December 2015. The campaign exists to support, inspire and promote the UK’s 5 million small businesses, encouraging them to run … Read More >>

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Autumn Statement – First Thoughts

Matthew Hall

We had the ‘big Budget for a big country with big ambitions’ in July. Today we had ‘a big spending review from a Government that does big things’. Now we know how the Chancellor is taking us forward towards his … Read More >>

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The Changing World Of Pensions

Paul East

02 June 2015

We have been working closely with our personal and business clients in helping them keep track of the ever-changing pensions arena, and there are important changes being implemented right now. Here is a quick rundown of the main changes. Mandatory … Read More >>

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High Earners – A Wind Of Change On Pension Tax Breaks?

Ian Jefferson

02 June 2015

If you are one of the UK’s estimated 300,000 individuals with a taxable income of over £150,000, you may be anticipating the Chancellor’s Budget on 8th July with a degree of trepidation. In its pre-election Manifesto, the Conservative Party set … Read More >>

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What Do The Parties Have In Store For SMEs?

Tim Croft

06 May 2015

With the election taking place tomorrow, it is a good moment to ask what the next five years might hold for small and medium size enterprises. In large part, the answer is probably to be found in either the Conservative … Read More >>

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Closing time: How will the General Election affect retailers?

Phil Mullis

06 May 2015

The General Election is drawing ever closer and the media, along with most of the population of the UK, are starting to wonder who will be taking their seat in Parliament tomorrow. But, how will the election affect independent retailers? … Read More >>

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Coping with loss at the top

Adam Anstey

21 April 2015

If any of your senior management team were to leave suddenly, how would your firm cope? Do you know how much commercial damage such a departure could do to your firm? Moreover, if the person leaving has any significant profile … Read More >>

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Property industry needs its own manifesto for growth

Nick Parrett

06 March 2015

The UK’s property market is proving a hot topic and has become the latest pre-election battleground. The good news is that the construction sector has just posted its sharpest rise in activity in four months, citing improving economic conditions and … Read More >>

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