News
October 9, 2018

Are you set to add to the taxman’s record yield?

The HMRC tax revenue from individuals breaching limits on yearly pensions’ savings has been announced…
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News
December 18, 2017

Do you know your own personal annual allowance limit?

The annual allowance limits the amount you can contribute to your pension while still receiving tax relief to £40,000 per year. However, should you have ‘adjusted income’ over £150,000 you will…
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News
October 4, 2017

NHS pension statements: Will you fall through the net?

In autumn every year, the NHS Pensions Agency issues letters detailing doctors’ annual pension contributions…
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Thoughts
July 5, 2017

Searching for dignity in retirement like Henry Marsh?

The acclaimed neurosurgeon Mr Henry Marsh has recently published his second book Admissions: Life in…
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News
May 4, 2017

Snap election forces U-turn on finance bill

Teresa May’s shock decision to announce a general election has proved beneficial for doctors facing increased digital tax reporting and lower dividend payments from their limited companies. Several controversial revenue-raising…
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News
March 9, 2017

BUDGET 2017: U-turn for self-employed tax rises

In his first (and in fact last) spring Budget, the chancellor Philip Hammond came down…
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News
December 16, 2016

Annual Statement: New move to stop double tax relief on pensions

The annual amount which you can save into a pension once you have already drawn…
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News
November 9, 2016

Time running out: don’t lose your pension to tax

You have just a few more months to apply for a government scheme which can…
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News
July 5, 2016

Brexit: what now?

The results of the EU Referendum vote on Thursday 23 June 2016 continue to generate as many ‘what ifs’ as the long-running campaign leading up to the decision. As the…
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