David Cameron has refused to rule out future tax rises but says his overall aim is to "give people back some of their hard earned money" as economic conditions improve, the BBC reports.
Cameron said no leader could give "blanket assurance" on tax increases but added reducing people's taxes was what "drives" him as a Conservative. The comments come after Chancellor George Osborne recently...
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 Christmas general election of 2019 will soon be upon us and so, here, Jonathan Simmons explores the parties' inheritance tax plans...
3% increase on previous tax year
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