Your 2020 Budget summary

After delays and the appointment of Rishi Sunak as Chancellor just weeks ago following the resignation of Sajid Javid, the Budget was finally delivered on Wednesday. It’s the first to be given since the UK left the EU on 31st January 2020, with the country now in a transition period,…

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Budget 2020 – Winners and Losers

On Wednesday, Rishi Sunak has delivered the first Budget of the new Conservative government. With a large majority behind him, the theme of the Chancellor’s speech was to deliver the promises made in the party’s election manifesto or, as Sunak himself repeatedly said, to ‘get things done’. Of course, the…

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Avoiding lengthy and expensive divorce court proceedings

There are a number of ‘alternative dispute resolution’ methods which have developed, avoiding some or much of the costs and stress associated with going to court: Self-Representation (DIY) To keep costs down, some parties may want to represent themselves, perhaps working with a solicitor in the background. Occasionally one party…

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What to do if you need to change your tax return?

You made it and filed your self-assessment return for 2018/19 by the 31 January 2020. However, having felt pleased with yourself, you realise to your horror that you have made a mistake and need to correct your return. Can you do this and if so, how and by when? Yes,…

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