December 2016 Newsletter

  I’ll keep this fairly brief, just with a few notes about tax-free benefits from HMRC, but firstly I’d like to wish you and yours a very Happy…

November 2016 Newsletter

There was a very low-key Autumn Statement this week – you know it’s quiet for news when it makes headlines that next March’s Budget will be the last…

October 2016 Newsletter

I want to talk about how you might get some funds to use for whatever, but I need to flag up the Autumn Statement and HMRC’s plans for…

September 2016 Newsletter

Last month I gave a list of possible things you could do with your spare money, (if you’re lucky enough to have some) and I got a few…

August 2016 Newsletter

  I’m not much of a sportsman, but I enjoyed watching a bit of the Olympics, like you I imagine. The determination and dedication of these people to…

July 2016 Newsletter

  Life continues as normal, despite the political turmoil of the last month and the prospect of BREXIT (whatever that means) at some indeterminate future date. On the…

June 2016 Newsletter

I’m going to keep this brief. Everything is overshadowed by the referendum and its fallout, and I don’t know what’s going to happen any more than you. Thankfully,…

May 2016 Newsletter

  We’re already doing some tax returns – it’s good to get them out of the way earlier rather than later – and I’ll mention a couple of…

April 2016 Newsletter

  There’s been an increasing criticism of TAX AVOIDANCE – largely by people who don’t understand the difference from evasion. Avoidance is legal and simply uses the tax…

Budget – March 2016

Budget March 2016 The Budget took place in the shadow of the Euro-Referendum, so the Chancellor was probably less radical than he’d originally been planning. For example, there’d…