Welcome to the first newsletter of 2017. There were a number of developments at the end of last year which we have reported on, including a round-up of the announcements made in the new Chancellor’s first and – and last – Autumn Statement. We hope you enjoy reading it.
Our lead stories for this edition are:
- Your year-end checklist: time to focus The new Chancellor’s first – and last – spring Budget on 8th March could make tax planning all the more important before the next tax year.
- Estate planning with your pension Your pension could be the last thing you draw on in retirement – they can be a valuable estate planning tool.
- Buy-to-let: a taxing issue April will mark the start of another measure designed to increase tax for buy-to-let investors.
- Curtains for the Autumn Statement The 2016 Autumn Statement was the new Chancellor’s first set piece – but the news was not particularly good.
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