Good news about tax-free cash and your pension
20th December at 1:26pm
How and when you can take your 25% tax-free cash is one thing people tell us they want to know more about when they’re thinking about taking money from their pension savings. Here are some things to think about.
Scottish Budget 2017: Income tax changes
15th December at 3:27pm
The Scottish Government Budget announced new income tax rates and thresholds in Scotland from April 2018.
Q&A: How can I buy my daughter a flat – but keep her fiancé out of it?
31st August at 8:42am
In the first of a new series, we ask Shona Lowe to answer some real-life financial dilemmas. Q&A: How can I buy my daughter a flat – but not her fiancé?
Still saving after your retirement? What you need to know
4th August at 4:07pm
What are the potential changes to the Money Purchase Annual Allowance and what could they mean for you?
How much money can I gift to my grandchildren?
24th May at 8:00am
There are many ways to give financial gifts to family. But what are your options when you want to invest the tooth fairy’s money or give them larger amounts of money for things such university fees, a gap year or a deposit for a flat – and be as tax efficient as possible?
Tax planning to make the most of your money
24th February at 3:46pm
Is your money working hard enough for you? Here’s how tax planning can make a real difference to your income and savings.
The 5 tax changes you need to know about
25th January at 11:52am
As we head towards the end of the 2016-17 tax year, here’s a round-up of the tax changes affecting your pensions and savings from April 2016.
Late tax returns HMRC’s 10 most unusual excuses for missing the deadline
13th January at 4:00pm
31 October is the deadline to file your paper tax return, fail to do so and be prepared for a fine. Here’s what you need to know about tax deadlines and late returns.