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A new form of sole trader

What an interesting letter from Ritchie Salkeld (Money Marketing, March 27) and I have every sympathy with him. However, when he says that, as a last resort, one should not support those offices where service standards are at an unacceptably bad level, I suppose that dealing with just one company would simplify matters.

BGW Jamieson Principal, Jamieson Financial Management, Bognor Regis, West Sussex



This year&#39s pre-Budget speculation in the financial services industry was focused on possible further changes to National Insurance – notably raising the upper earnings limit changes to the taxation of life policies targeted IHT reform changes to offshore fund taxation and possible reform of the rules on residence and domicile. What follows are the main […]

nvesta – Super Tracker 30 Plan

Monday, 7 April 2003 Type: Capital protected bond Aim: Growth linked to the performance of the FTSE 100 index Minimum-maximum investment: £3,000-£2m Term: Six years Guarantee: Original capital returned in full providing index does not fall by more than 50% Return: 30% – 100% of growth in the FTSE 100 index at end of term […]

Foster carers

From 6 April 2003 a new tax relief for individuals who provide foster care services to local authorities, either directly or through an agency, will be available. The relief will consist of two elements: foster carers whose gross receipts from foster care do not exceed an individual limit in a year will be exempt from […]

Newbigging appointed High Sheriff of Wiltshire

Friends Provident chairman David Newbigging has been named as High Sheriff of Wiltshire, a position appointed annually by the Queen.His responsibilities will include the support of four local charities – the Wiltshire and Swindon Community Foundation, Crimebeat, Wiltshire Wildlife Trust and Kennet Furniture Recycling – along with a number of ceremonial duties.Newbigging, who lives in […]

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White paper — Singapore International Insights

Jelf Employee Benefits assesses key trends within the international private medical insurance provision of organisations with employees in Singapore. Benefit structure, cost management and healthcare facilities are examined and key considerations are highlighted. This edition will be of particular interest to global human resource directors and benefit managers with local and expatriate populations in Singapore.


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