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2023 inflation forecast: The only way is down?

 Inflation surged in 2022, but can it reverse in 2023? Source: ONS, Eurostat, BLS. Inflation forecasters were way off target for 2022. For example: • In December 2021, the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee said “CPI inflation was expected to remain around 5% through the majority of the winter period, and peak at around…

Caught by the additional tax rate taper trap

A growing number of taxpayers are being caught by the personal allowance taper, which will be exacerbated by the reduced additional rate tax threshold of £125,140. With many also questioning why the new threshold is not a round number, a short history of tax setting provides the answer. New income tax rate  Seven chancellors ago…

Investment wrap-up 2022

In 2022, most of the world’s major share indices had their worst year since 2008, but the UK’s FTSE 100 was a star performer. Yes, the table is correct. In the year of three Prime Ministers, four Chancellors, a catastrophic ‘mini-Budget’ and double-digit inflation, the UK stock market was one of the world’s best major market…

Your New Year Financial Planning Checklist

2022 was an eventful year, giving you good reason to think about your financial planning for 2023.  This year we saw three prime ministers, four chancellors, no formal Budget (even if the Autumn Statement looked remarkably like one), high inflation, rising interest rates, and volatile investment markets. At the year-end, it makes sense to review…

Looking for alternative Christmas presents?

Why not consider a different kind of gift for your children or grandchildren this Christmas – perhaps one with a financial twist? According to a prediction made by Hamleys in October, among some of the top bestselling toys this Christmas will be: XShot Skins Last Stand Dart Blaster Play-Doh Ice Cream Cart Peppa Pig Roller…

Referrals Donations – Our pledge to the community

Our support to charities and the community through referrals As a family-run business, we believe in looking after our team and our clients. It is important to support charities and our local communities in every way possible. For this reason, we regularly donate to many charities, in addition to supporting several local organisations. As we…

Confused on claiming residence band relief?

Working through inheritance tax (IHT) requirements has come at a difficult time. The provisions of the residence nil rate band (RNRB), which can be passed on between deceased spouses and civil partners, has caused some confusion. Any unused residence nil rate band (RNRB) from the first death of a spouse or partner can be relieved…

Peterborough Business Awards 2022 – Small Business of the Year 2022!

Small Business of the Year Last night Henson Crisp attended the Peterborough Telegraph’s Business Excellence Awards as a finalist in the Small Business of the Year category. The glamorous black tie event saw compere Kev Lawrence from PCR FM; joined by guest speaker, Simon Weston who lead the night with hilarious anecdotes and inspiring stories.…

The Autumn Statement 2022 – What does this mean for your finances?

Autumn Statement 2022 – What does this mean for your finances? The Autumn Statement 2022 has caused a stir for businesses, employees and individuals. So let’s take a look at the upcoming changes and break down some key points that may affect you. Income Tax Income Tax, personal allowance and higher rate thresholds are frozen…

The lessons from the U-turns

The rapid unwinding of most of September’s so-called mini-budget has important implications. Gone are the days when a Chancellor made only two set piece announcements each year and, for the remaining days of the year, tax remained generally out of the headlines. 2022 has seen four Chancellors (at the time of writing) and plenty of…

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