As 5 April creeps closer, it’s a good time to get ahead with your year end tax planning.
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way higher education is delivered, with a new emphasis on online learning mixed with some in-person teaching. But this hasn’t reduced the cost of going to university and the debt that will come with it.
Many people may need to reduce the income they are taking from their drawdown pension funds in light of recent falls in the value of their investments resulting from the economic impact of Covid-19.
The fallout from Covid-19 has created a large bill for the Government…which ultimately means tax rises.
The Covid-19 pandemic has provided many people with an awkward reminder of things they prefer to ignore, such as will writing.