Lack of awareness
Admits past failings
Cost £38bn in 2018/19
'Feels like starting pistol for a tax grab'
Cut to 5% for six months
Council tax and pension contributions
Carried forward losses
Put back to April 2021
Taxes will have to increase after the March Budget if the government plans to honour the spending plans in outlined last year, the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has warned.
For the first time in a quite a while we have a certain degree of political certainty, writes Jack Rose. And, with that clarity, perhaps a clearer picture of the road ahead…
While tax planning is relatively easy where investments are held in an individual’s own name, on Valentine's Day Neil MacGillivray says great care is needed when it comes to jointly held investments between spouses...
IHT to double by 2030
The changes to IR35 tax rules are going to offer tax and life planning opportunities, writes Ian Smart, who explains all in this column...
Residential care fees are a hot topic at the moment, says Libby Holding, with increasing media coverage of people who have had all of their life savings and assets swallowed up by care fees in their later years...
Wider reform desperately needed
'Aggressive move without being throat-cutting'
Neil MacGillivray: Will the tax advantages for married couples and civil partnerships remain a happy home?
The new calendar year has come and gone and so, as we start the edge closer to the end of the tax year, Neil MacGillivray looks at the planning opportunities available to married couples and civil partners
'Select the right BR investments'
Lack of understanding
Popular offers in high demand