Month: April 2015

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April Market Commentary

The focus in March inevitably turned towards the UK Budget – delivered by Chancellor George Osborne on March 18th – and the forthcoming General Election, with the two main parties currently running neck and neck in the opinion polls. It was therefore easy to overlook significant events that happened at the beginning of March. The […]

Tax During an Administration of an Estate by Keith Knight, Turner Hampton

Administration of an estate Personal representatives deal with a deceased’s estate either, under the terms of a will or in accordance with the rules of intestacy, where there is no will in place. There may also be a separate deed varying the will or terms of intestacy. Income tax is payable on income of the […]


The New Help to Buy ISA: The Details

During the 2015 Budget announcement, the Chancellor, George Osborne revealed a new type of ISA, to be made available to the public in the Autumn of this year. The Help to Buy ISA is sure to be of interest to young people in particular, or to parents with children who are currently in the process […]

Protecting your savings: Pull up the drawbridge and drop the portcullis!

We are hearing a lot through the media about the attacks we may experience under the new UK Pension Reform arrangements and regulations, when we gain access to our pension pots and can choose to do what we like with them. What an opportunity for fraudsters who right now are ready to assault our new […]