Thoughts
September 17, 2019

Timing isn’t everything. Why political dramas are not a basis for investment success

Over the course of a summer, it is not unusual for the stock market to…
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Thoughts
May 12, 2019

Do you understand the ‘taper’?

Doctors falling foul of harsh pension savings limits are facing average tax bills of £29,635…
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Thoughts
May 11, 2018

How can you survive inevitable market falls?

Investors have experienced very strong investment markets since the Credit Crisis a decade ago. Some may have forgotten, or never experienced, the pain – and even fear – that such…
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News
May 10, 2018

Will the NHS pension pay your tax charge?

If you owe tax on your on your pension contributions caused by breaching harsh new…
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News
December 18, 2017

Can you confidently calculate your pension growth for the year?

The calculations for your annual allowance are important and will have an impact on the…
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Thoughts
October 4, 2017

HMRC triples revenue from lifetime allowance in 5 years – will you fuel the Treasury coffers?

New figures reveal that the government has increased the tax it collected from savers breaching…
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News
July 5, 2017

Doctors warned on pension scheme fraud

Doctors have been urged to protect themselves against fraudsters using ‘pension liberation’ stings encouraging victims…
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Thoughts
May 4, 2017

New rules on off-payroll working could impact medical service companies

Doctors who provide services to the NHS via their own company have been concerned by…
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News
February 6, 2017

Does your CEA mean more tax to pay?

Doctors who have recently received a Clinical Excellence Award tell us that the recognition is worth more than any financial reward. However, finding out that this can also prove to…
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