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HMRC, eBay and second-hand news

HMRC, eBay and second-hand news The media storm surrounding HMRC taxing eBay and other online sellers from the start of 2024 was, in fact, itself counterfeit goods. A crop of stories across social and traditional media swirled across the start of the new year about HMRC cracking down on ‘side hustle’ tax from 1 January,…

On your marks – an early Spring Budget for 2024

On your marks – an early Spring Budget for 2024 A date to note in this year’s calendar is the early Spring Budget on Wednesday 6 March. The Treasury issued a press release in the time between Christmas and the New Year revealing the Spring Budget date, a week earlier than in 2023. The unusual…

Time for tax year-end planning

Time for tax year-end planning With spring around the corner it is time to turn your thoughts to planning for the tax year end. While many parts of the tax landscape have been frozen, such as the personal allowance and most income tax thresholds, that does not mean you should ignore tax year-end planning as…

Lessons from the FTSE at 40

Lessons from the FTSE at 40 As the FTSE 100 turned 40 on 3 January 2024, we look at how it compared to its predecessor and the lessons learned from four decades of growth versus inflation. Source: Google Finance The Financial Times Stock Exchange (FTSE) 100 Index has celebrated its 40th anniversary. It is a…

A revamp for individual savings accounts (ISA)

A revamp for individual savings accounts From 6 April 2024, individual savings account (ISA) rules will be changing, mostly for the better. In April, ISAs will celebrate their 25th birthday. However, the ISA was hardly a new-born back in 1999, as it was effectively a reworking of two previous tax-favoured savings plans – the personal…

The regulator attacks greenwashing

The regulator attacks greenwashing The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has announced new rules to ensure a green label on a fund is more than just marketing puff. It was perhaps no coincidence that the FCA published a new set of rules on sustainable funds just as COP28, the UN global conference on climate change, got…

The national insurance tax cut

The national insurance tax cut For employees, the national insurance cut announced in the Autumn Statement took effect on 6 January. For many years, successive governments have been happy for the public to vaguely believe that national insurance contributions (NICs) are building up in some national benefit fund, rather than representing just another tax on…

The widening gap: National Minimum Wage vs. new State pension

The widening gap: National Minimum Wage vs. new State pension The gap between two government set income levels is the widest it has ever been. Source: HMRC, DWP. The National Living Wage (NLW) and the new state pension both started life in April 2016 during George Osborne’s tenure as Chancellor. In his March 2013 Budget,…

New year, new you! Make sure you prioritise your financial wellbeing in 2024.

New year, new you! Make sure you prioritise your financial wellbeing in 2024. We often hear the phrase "New Year, new me", but rarely do we hear about people making financial resolutions that are well planned out and executed. It's understandable to feel down on the third Monday in January, also known as Blue Monday.…

Inflation pledge met, but what’s next?

Inflation pledge met, but what’s next? The Prime Minister has met his pledge of halving inflation, but we’re not out of the woods yet. Source: ONS, Ofgem. In the first week of 2023, the then still new Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, set out “five immediate priorities” for his government. The first of these was: “We…

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