10 key dates in 2019 every client should note

Deadlines, perhaps three budgetary statements and more

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While the chancellor's spring statement is set for March, it is worth bearing in mind there will probably be a post-Brexit budget as well this year
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While the chancellor's spring statement is set for March, it is worth bearing in mind there will probably be a post-Brexit budget as well this year

Getting your clients' diaries in order for the year ahead is just as important as organising your own so, with that in mind, here are 10 dates they should pencil in to help keep their personal finances on schedule

31 January - Tax return deadline Clients have until midnight on 31 January to pay all the tax they owe for the 2017/18 tax year. Encouraging them to get started with organising what they owe as ...

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