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David Hardman - Napthens Wealth Management

Does the New Dividend Tax Regime affect me?

David Hardman - January 26th 2016 no comments
From April this year, the notional 10% tax credit on dividends is to be abolished and will be replaced by a new tax-free Dividend Allowance. This allowance means that you won’t have to pay tax on the first £5,000 of your dividend income, no matter what non-dividend income you have.
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Lisa McLachlan - B&W

What can we do if neither of us is to blame for our divorce?

Lisa McLachlan - January 20th 2016 no comments
The second reading of a Bill intending to introduce “no fault divorce” (the first of which was read in October 2015) will come before the House of Commons on 22nd January 2016.
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Sarah Barnes

Why are searches so important?

Sarah Barnes - December 17th 2015 no comments
Whilst in the process of buying a house, your lawyer will recommend that a number of searches are completed. This is to ensure that you find out as much about the property as you can.
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Sharon McDonald

We’re separating – how do we agree over the child arrangements?

Sharon McDonald - November 27th 2015 no comments
When parents separate it can often be difficult to see past the reasons the relationship ended in order to focus positively on the arrangements for the children. Putting your children first is the right thing to do but this can be very hard, particularly when there has been an acrimonious split and emotions are running high.
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David Hardman - Napthens Wealth Management

Make the right pension contribution decisions

David Hardman - November 16th 2015 no comments
A new tapered ‘annual allowance’ (the amount you can contribute to a pension) is being introduced from 6 April 2016 for individuals with income in excess of £150,000 (this includes pension contributions).
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Steph Kerr

To avoid disputes, choose Executors of your Will wisely

Stephanie Kerr - October 28th 2015 no comments
When making a Will, as well as considering which family members you would like to give a legacy to, you should also give careful thought to who you appoint as your Executor or Executors.
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