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Stephen Womack: There is not always a right answer

I recently read a fascinating book a client recommended to me. Called Do No Harm, it is written by leading brain surgeon Henry Marsh. The book is both a memoir of his medical life and an exploration of what it is like to have to make daily decisions on who to treat and who is […]

SimplyBiz ditches sale and IPO plans

Support services and compliance firm SimplyBiz has shelved plans to sell the business or launch an IPO and is instead exploring alternative funding options to remain independent. In January, SimplyBiz confirmed it was considering floating the business on the Alternative Investment Market or selling a stake in the firm to a trade buyer or private […]

Bank of England holds base rate at 0.5%

The Bank of England has confirmed the base interest rate will be held at 0.5 per cent for the 74th consecutive month. The Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee has also voted to keep the quantitative easing programme at £375bn, a level that has been maintained since July 2012 when it was increased by £50bn. The Bank’s […]

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Tories pledge 5-year ‘tax lock’

The Conservatives will introduce a five-year “tax lock” on income tax, VAT and national insurance if they win the general election. Prime minister David Cameron is to pledge legislation within 100 days of assuming office to ensure the taxes do not rise in the next Parliament, the BBC reports. Cameron will say: “This is the clearest choice […]

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ISA boost

Helen O’Hagan explores how clients could take advantage of generous limits available at tax year end within their ISA. Due to their tax efficiency it’s well worth your clients taking advantage of the generous limits available each tax year within their ISA to help them build up their savings. The current ISA limit of £20,000 […]

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