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The month in finance.

Here at CDG we like to keep our clients and readers up to date with changes in the world of finance. With the recent Conservative party conference and a general election beginning to loom on the horizon, the Chancellor George Osborne has been kind enough to provide us with a handful of proposed changes to get up to speed with. 442 more words

Want an Economic Boost? Let’s Kill the Death Tax

Source: The Daily Signal, by Rachel Greszler, October 13, 2014

Death and taxes are two of life’s certainties, but the tax on death itself should certainly be eliminated. 207 more words


Death tax to be killed off

It has been said that only two things in life are certain: death and taxes. However, the pensions ‘death tax’ will no longer be a certainty from April 2015. 457 more words



There has been talks in the UK press about a recent decision by the government to abolish the “Death Tax”. Unfortunately this is not Inheritance Tax (IHT) which continues to be taxed at 40% of estate assets of more that £325,000 (£650,000 for couples) and includes the family home. 702 more words

Family Matters

Death, Taxes, and Digital Rights

You can’t take your stuff with you when you die, so the last act of any individual is usually to specify who gets their stuff. Much of it may be… 1,821 more words


End of the road for ‘auto-enrolment’ business model?

For the last few years, the coalition government, under the watchful eye of Lib Dem pensions minister Steve Webb, has been slowly and unspectacularly taking forward Labour’s plan – developed with the support of all parties, and both the trade union movement and the Confederation of British Industry – for automatic enrolment into a workplace pension. 244 more words

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