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Moneywise Newsletter – Spring 2020

It’s been five years since people in retirement were given the freedom to draw directly from pension savings. The reforms, introduced back in April 2015, gave certain defined contribution pension holders “complete freedom to draw down as much or as

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Covid-19 measures: 26 March 2020

On Thursday 26 March, Chancellor Rishi Sunak made his long-awaited statement about the Covid-19 government support scheme for the self-employed, called the Self-employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS). Reports suggest that the announcement had been slow to arrive because of the

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Covid-19 measures: March 2020

The 11 March Budget from the new Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, included £7 billion of expenditure targeting the impact of Covid-19 on employees, the self-employed and businesses. On 17 March a further raft of measures was announced, amounting to an additional

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An important update from Taylor & Taylor

Whilst we don’t want to bombard you with information (I feel information overload particularly at this time!), our emails have been well received and hopefully have been giving you some reassurance and positivity during these tough times. It’s encouraging that

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An update from Taylor & Taylor

Short email this time – just to reiterate – please reply to ross@taylortaylor.co.uk Please see ‘Client’s Corner’ here written by Nick Murray – he is (in my opinion) the best writer in the financial planning industry and his work is

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Changing of the Guard part

As you will have no doubt already worked out, we will have to postpone our  Changing of the Guard party. We will definitely need a party after this so we will let you have the new date as soon as we can.

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An update from Taylor & Taylor

Further to our ‘This too shall pass’ email last week (click here to re-read it) we thought we would send another (hopefully) reassuring email. If you wish to reply by email, please reply to ross@taylortaylor.co.uk. If you wish to discuss

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This too shall pass

Yesterday – March 9 – was the eleventh anniversary of the crescendo of global panic that marked the bottom of the bear market of 2007-09. It is ironic that the world has elected to celebrate this iconic anniversary with –

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Moneywise Newsletter – Autumn 2019

The political turmoil of the last several months ratcheted up just as we finalised the latest version of our newsletter. Following unprecedented scenes in Parliament, both the government and Brexit are on the edge. The least enviable role at the

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Moneywise Newsletter – Summer 2019

Our feature in the Summer edition of our latest newsletter focuses on the perennial issue of pension contributions. As we all know, the earlier we start to save towards retirement, the better off we’ll be. With the latest increase to

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