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Money Matters advice from the experts

Is using capital wisely the new tax-efficient income?

I am sure that most people will have noticed that the personal tax allowance is being substantially increased and will reach £10,000 in a year’s time.

Last updated 5 April 2013
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Spend time finding tenants and save potential trouble

As a landlord, you will understand that the quality of tenant is crucial to the success of your property investment.

Last updated 29 March 2013
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Not just oligarchs who can benefit from a tax shelter

The term ‘tax shelter’ may convey ideas of intricate schemes devised to avoid paying one’s dues to society.

Last updated 29 March 2013
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Don’t be a fool like Del Boy by evading paying tax

The majority of us pay our tax dues in accordance with the law. We might plan to reduce those liabilities if we can but only within the opportunities permitted by the Taxes Acts.

Last updated 15 March 2013
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Remortgaging could be the answer to financial woes

We are all trying to make our money go further in these difficult economic times, and as mortgages are, for many of us, our single biggest monthly expense, they should be the first area to be considered when we review our outgoings.

Last updated 15 March 2013
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If you’re saving for the future don’t give it away in tax

Individual savings accounts – or ISAs – were introduced over a decade ago. They are intended to encourage more of us to save for the future by offering tax perks on the money we invest.

Last updated 8 March 2013
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Hand over some salary to help the family finances

At the start of March a financial “spring clean” might be just what’s needed to give you and your family’s finances a boost.

Last updated 8 March 2013
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Go to your lender if you’re struggling to pay debts

The current economic situation is affecting all households in different ways, from increased bills to reduced income or loss of employment.

Last updated 1 March 2013
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A rational decision which is worth making early

Granting someone power of attorney can help put you in control of your own future.

Last updated 1 March 2013
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This is one declaration Abe Lincoln should have made

What do Abraham Lincoln, Howard Hughes, Pablo Picasso and Jimi Hendrix all have in common?

Last updated 22 February 2013
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Internet banking could be a boon for your business

Despite a 12 per cent reduction in cheque usage volumes between 2011 and 2012, many businesses still rely on cheques as the main means of payments made and received.

Last updated 22 February 2013
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Offset mortgage could be the answer for savers

The low interest rates over the last few years may have been good news for borrowers, but the same cannot be said for savers.

Last updated 15 February 2013
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Markets are bullish but don’t count your chickens

The FTSE 100 has certainly kicked off the New Year in style, breaking through 6,000 points on the first trading day of 2013 and finishing the first week at its highest level since February 8 2011.

Last updated 15 February 2013
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Ensuring a roof over their heads is a question of trust

University can be an expensive time these days. The introduction of tuition fees and the system of student loans have combined to mean that there are increasing pressures on the finances of both the student and the parent.

Last updated 8 February 2013
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It won’t be ‘free’ anymore but it will be a lot fairer

Over the last couple of years the Financial Services Authority (FSA), the regulator for financial services, has reviewed the way financial advice was delivered to consumers.

Last updated 8 February 2013
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Let a ‘good agent’ take the stress out of letting

Letting your property can feel daunting with the complexities of government legislation and health and safety to consider, but a ‘good agent’ will ensure that the process is as stress free as possible.

Last updated 1 February 2013
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The fridge, your pets, your phone, so why not you?

Those of us with children all have dreams and aspirations for the future of our offspring and it is clear that we need to plan financially for the future, enabling our children to achieve their goals and ambitions.

Last updated 1 February 2013
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2013’s first-time buyers: Get good advice early

Buying your first property can appear a daunting experience but with the right help it should not be as stressful as many would make it out to be. If you are considering dipping into the property market for the first time, then the following tips may prove useful to you.

Last updated 25 January 2013
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Make sure your assets stay just that for your family

One of the topics that deeply divides people is whether they should undertake any planning to mitigate the inheritance tax liability that their beneficiaries will face when they are gone.

Last updated 25 January 2013
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No financial holidays for hospitality businesses

For many hospitality businesses the end of the Christmas and New Year period marks the start of a quiet period until business starts to pick up again at Easter.

Last updated 22 January 2013
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