Investors who have overpaid tax when drawing money from investment bonds could reclaim it through the courts following a ruling in favour of an investor who was landed with a £383,000 tax bill. The Upper Tribunal ruled in favour of Joost Lobler last week after he challenged HM Revenue & Customs over the bill. Lobler […]
Tisa, the British Bankers Association and the British Societies Association have published guidelines to help consumers understand new rules which allow spouses to inherit Isa allowances. In the 2014 Autumn Statement, Chancellor George Osborne announced Isa assets could be passed on to surviving spouses or civil partners. The rules came into effect on 6 April […]
What was your first job in financial services? I worked for a small consultancy business in Macclesfield, mainly focusing on compliance. It wasn’t always fun but I learned a lot about what good looks like. Describe your current role. I am managing director of threesixty. I spend most of my time talking to advisers, figuring […]
Investment platform targets 1.4 million firms yet to hit staging dates.
This week’s Budget looked as if it would be a difficult one for the Chancellor, with disappointing economic numbers and the need to avoid ruffling feathers ahead of June’s in/out referendum. Nevertheless, Mr Osborne did spring a few surprises, including some tax reductions. So how does this budget affect you? If you are – or […]
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