Week in review: Friday 10th July 2015
After a far reaching and fairly radical Summer Budget on Wednesday, the Informed Choice team was glad of a break. We were blessed with great BBQ weather too.
This week we have been talking mostly about the emergency Budget.
There were also blogs about staying safe from scams and the things parents need to know about tax-free childcare.
Citizens Advice has released some new research which found fraudulent banking services, dodgy credit brokers and bogus investment opportunities are the most common cons at the of a cold-call.
In case you missed what George Osborne had to say about inheritance tax, income tax on dividends and more radical reform to pensions, we have condensed the Summer Budget into this easy-to-read briefing note.
HM Treasury has published 10 things parents should know about the tax-free childcare scheme, which is available to parents of all children under 12.
Shelley wrote about the new £1m family home inheritance tax proposals, how they work and what they mean for your Financial Planning.
Despite the introduction of new pension freedoms in April, the Summer Budget had plenty to say about pensions. Nick wrote about it in this new blog.
This week in episode 31 of the Informed Choice Podcast, Martin talks about a stock market plunge in China, why the lifetime cap on residential care fees might be postponed, and of course the emergency Summer Budget.