Charlie Parker: Good financial planning vital as govt moves to tackle pandemic debt

'Not a penny less, but not a penny more.'

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"The former Labour chancellor Roy Jenkins once famously said that inheritance tax is ‘a voluntary levy paid by those who distrust their heirs more than they dislike the Inland Revenue.' His point of course is that proper financial planning can mitigate much of the cost of inheritance tax." - Charlie Parker
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"The former Labour chancellor Roy Jenkins once famously said that inheritance tax is ‘a voluntary levy paid by those who distrust their heirs more than they dislike the Inland Revenue.' His point of course is that proper financial planning can mitigate much of the cost of inheritance tax." - Charlie Parker

The role of a financial planner has "only become more vital" as the national debt has risen and the government hunts for taxation options, writes Charlie Parker

The Covid-19 pandemic has raised the stakes for both borrowers and savers in the United Kingdom. It has triggered a wave of sharp inflation that is likely to raise interest rates for borrowers, ...

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