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Buy to let mortgage rules have tightened up for new landlords as well as seasoned investors. If you are an expat looking to buy or refinance in the UK, then you need to know how the new rules will impact your business. Deposits – the more an investor ploughs into their...
House prices in Britain have outstripped the huge rises seen in stocks and shares over the past decade, according to property experts. The total value of homes in the country has increased by 48% to just over £6 trillion since 2007. Investors tracking the FTSE 100 would not have fared so...
New pension freedoms designed to give retirement savers control of their cash may not be as liberating as planned. The government’s dream was to let people aged between 55 and 65 years old access their pension savings as they wished. The intention was to ease their finances, so they could work...
Investors have a perfect window of opportunity to invests in small businesses as the government continues to make the future uncertain by tinkering with pensions and buy to let tax. Venture capital trusts are one of the longest established tax breaks for investors, but although recently seeing record levels of...
Time is counting down for the government’s latest tax grab – slashing the tax-free dividend allowance for shareholders and investors. The government plans to cut the allowance from £5,000 a year to £2,000 a year from April 2018. The details were released months ago by Chancellor Phillip Hammond and have quietly...