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January 2017

2016/17 Year End Planning

By |January 13th, 2017|

Keeping your taxes as low as possible – what you may wish to consider sooner rather than later
The 2016/17 year end for tax planning purposes is now only a matter of months away, with the deadline approaching on 5 April. Effective tax planning is about knowing the personal and business taxes you are liable to […]

October 2016

not losing sight of your long-term savings goals

By |October 18th, 2016|

The UK is entering uncharted territory after the EU referendum, but with relatively few unretired people beyond the age of 55 having started their retirement planning it is important not to lose sight of your long-term savings goals. Changing social, political and demographic factors mean that the outlook for retirement finances in the UK is […]

August 2016

Open-ended investment funds

By |August 1st, 2016|

Acting in the investors’ best interests at all times
Open-ended investment funds are often called ‘collective investment schemes’ and are run by fund management companies.
There are many different types of fund. These include:

Unit trusts
OEICs (Open-Ended Investment Companies, which are the same as ICVCs – Investment Companies with Variable Capital)
SICAV (Société d’Investissement à Capital Variable)
FCPs (Fonds Communs […]

July 2016

Choosing investments

By |July 26th, 2016|

What you need to know to become a more confident investor
Before you choose or make any investment decisions, you need to know that investing involves the possibility of loss. These key considerations help you become more confident about your investment decisions,often people also seek independent financial advice, that way they can be sure they are […]

May 2016

Smoothing out your portfolio’s returns

By |May 17th, 2016|

Increasing the long-term value of your investments
It’s natural to be looking for ways to smooth out your portfolio’s returns. Investing regularly can smooth out market highs and lows over time. We at Hutt Professional have financial advisers with many years of experience who would be more than happy to help you do this.

In a fluctuating […]

Tax credit on dividends abolished

By |May 10th, 2016|

Tax-free Dividend Allowance introduced under new system
rom April this year, the notional 10% tax credit on dividends has been abolished and replaced by a new tax-free Dividend Allowance. The Dividend 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.

The allowance […]

February 2016

New dividend tax regime

By |February 18th, 2016|

What could the new system mean to you?
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. The Dividend Allowance means that you won’t have to pay tax on the first £5,000 of your dividend income, no matter what non-dividend […]

January 2016

New dividend tax regime

By |January 18th, 2016|

What could the new system mean to you?
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. The Dividend Allowance means that you won’t have to pay tax on the first £5,000 of your dividend income, no matter what non-dividend […]

August 2015

Reforming Dividend Tax

By |August 14th, 2015|

The dividend tax credit ( which reduces the amount of tax paid on income from shares ) shall be replaced by a new £5,000 tax-free dividend allowance for all taxpayers from 6 April 2016.Tax rates on dividends will also be increased .
This new simpler system will mean that only those with significant dividend income will […]

July 2015

Maintaining dividend growth

By |July 31st, 2015|

Investors in UK-listed companies will be rewarded with an £85.8 billion payout in 2015, significantly better than last year, where investors suffered little or no growth in income according to Capita Asset Services’ ‘Dividend Monitor’. Dividend payouts from UK-listed companies made a strong start to 2015, prompting analysts to hike their forecasts for the year.

Recovering UK […]

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