April 2017

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    USE IT UP

    So Thursday 6th April 2017 was the start of the new fiscal year for 2017/18. With regard to your personal finances we have outlined the changes to the allowances: Income Tax and National Insurance The personal allowance has increased from £11,000 to £11,500. The threshold that you start to pay higher rate tax has increased […]

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    Mind the trap

    We’ve mentioned earlier that interest rates for residential mortgages have fallen. However there have been notional increases in rates for buy-to-let mortgages. Some individuals are becoming trapped with their buy-to-let mortgage due to changes in legislation. For those of you who have a buy-to-let (BTL) mortgage, just be aware that if you want to remortgage […]

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