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Is it too early/late to start investing in a pension?

23.02.2021
Ricky Banham
Financial Planning
2 min read

For some, retirement might feel miles off, but the sooner you can start saving for it, the better.

VAT alert - Domestic reverse charge article updates

22.02.2021
Callum McCormack
VAT
5 min read

From 1 March 2021, if your VAT-registered business provides certain supplies of construction services to another business you may no longer need to charge them VAT. This is because your customer may need to account for it under the new domestic reverse charge for construction services.

Further help for Self-Assessment taxpayers

19.02.2021
Shaun Davison
Tax, COVID-19
3 min read

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have announced that Self-Assessment taxpayers will not be charged the 5% late payment penalty if they pay their tax or set up a payment plan by 1 April 2021.

NHS pension reform

17.02.2021
Matthew Harrington
Financial Planning
6 min read

Following the Government’s consultation into public sector pension scheme reforms, they have now published their response, here, outlining their proposals for changes to schemes over the coming years.

NHS Pension - 2019/20 Annual Allowance Charge Compensation Scheme

17.02.2021
Alex Harrington
Healthcare
6 min read

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The reality of investing today

16.02.2021
Richard Ince
Financial Planning
3 min read

We have seen some turbulent markets in the last 12 months, with the repercussions of COVID having a significant impact. Generally speaking, markets have partially recovered but remain extremely volatile.

Superannuation collections and the importance of checking your Open Exeter statement every month!

15.02.2021
Keith Shorten
Healthcare
4 min read

Each year a Practice is required to submit to PCSE by 1 March an ‘Estimate of Pensionable Profits’ form for the forthcoming pension year commencing on 1 April.

Businesses that took out Bounce Back Loans can delay repayments by an extra six months

12.02.2021
Jamie Norton
COVID-19
2 min read

The government-backed Bounce Back Loans that businesses took out to get through Covid-19 now have further flexibility to repay their loans. This is available to more than 1.4 million businesses who took out nearly £45 billion through the scheme.

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