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Investing in art: Finances vs. taste

Traditionally, collecting art has been a hobby, and a popular passion. Collectors bought art they liked, did not lose sleep if they “over-invested” in one...

UK Government’s National Infrastructure Plan unveiled

Danny Alexander, the Chief Treasury Secretary, told the UK’s business leaders: “Underground, overground, on-shore, offshore, wired or wireless, tarmac or train track. You name...

Chancellor signals the end for the UK’s car tax disc

The tax disc – the ubiquitous symbol of vehicle excise duty (VED) displayed in the bottom left hand corner of every British driver’s windshield...

UK faces ‘lost pension crisis’ and increasing gender divide

As the population benefits from increasingly flexible career paths – often taking people across the country, if not across the world – pensions are...

Cameron pushes marriage tax breaks; rules out further tax cuts

Married couples are to receive even larger tax breaks if the Conservatives win the next UK election, Prime Minister David Cameron has indicated. Brushing off...

Christmas Shopping in the Digital Age

Deloitte revealed research indicating a boom in sales, largely thanks to the ease of online shopping. Stores across the UK expect to see an overall...

Nick Clegg pledges to reduce income tax for earners

Nick Clegg was accused of an ‘ambush’ after a surprise call for a GBP 1 billion tax cut – just as Prime Minister David...

Ikea’s Move Online Majorly Boosts Sales

Swedish furniture company, IKEA, has announced an increase in sales in the UK due to its online expansion. The company has had a large boost...

Scottish independence to cause jobs boom?

The Scottish Government has proposed cutting corporation tax and implementing several education, welfare and social programmes would create a "jobs boom" in an independent...

Mayor Johnson Thinks We Should Thank the Rich

The Mayor of London spoke to an audience of Londoners through a column in The Daily Telegraph suggesting they show gratitude to the rich...

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Business Angels In Call To Ditch EU Investment Handicaps

Fund managers are worried that a Brexit trade deal will see the government scrap or restrict tax breaks on hugely successful investment schemes that...

Global Giant Shuts Poor Performing Funds

Investors choosing to pull their cash from wealth manager Jupiter have triggered the closure of two under performing funds. The global investment giant has announced...

Super Tax Refunds On The Way For 2.6m Aussie Savers

Millions of Australian superannuation savers are set to pick up a surprise cash payment from the taxman. Around 2.6 million saving for retirement in a...

Builders Scamming Online Find-A-Trader Sites

Unscrupulous builders are scamming online find-a-trader platforms by bribing customers to post fake reviews, a web site owner claims. Even though thousands of home owners...

Tax Dodgers Warned They Can’t Hide Money Offshore Anymore

Tax authorities around the world are warning expats to own up to offshore tax avoidance as a new international data sharing network is switched...
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