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Q&A: What the Budget means for you
Ask the expert: John Whiting, tax policy director of the Chartered Institute of Taxation, answers your questions on the Budget
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Q&A: Writing a will
Sir Gerry Robinson and Sue Medder at Withers answer questions on the emotional and legal side of writing a will
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Q&A: Currencies
Paul Brain, investment leader of the Fixed Income of Newton International Bond Fundanswers questions on investing using currencies
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Q&A: The spending review and you
How will individuals be affected by the comprehensive spending review?
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Q&A: What do the tax changes mean?
Changes to pension tax relief mean that people will be allowed to put only 50,000 tax-free into their pension, rather than the current 255,000
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Q&A: Your pension scheme
Laith Khalaf, pensions analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown, answers questions on the government's decision to link private pension payments to CPI
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What the emergency budget report means for you
Ask the expert: John Whiting, tax policy director at the Chartered Institute of Taxation, answers questions on the Budget
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Q&A: Investing in gold
James Turk, founder and chairman of Gold Money, answers questions on how to invest in gold and what could happen to the gold price
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Q&A: Buying property to let
Steve Olejnik from Mortgages for Business and Stephen Ludlow from Ludlow Thompson answer questions on the UK buy to let market
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Q&A: how to get the best mortgage deal
Ray Boulger senior technical manager at Charcol answers questions on the UK mortgage market and which deal to go for
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Q&A: planning for the new 50% tax rate
Tim Gregory, partner at Saffery Champness, answers readers' questions on how to plan for the new 50% tax rate
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Q&A: Using Isas for tax planning
Paul Kennedy at Fidelity FundsNetwork and Darius McDermott at Chelsea Financial Services, answered readers' questions on tax planning for Isas
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Q&A: End of tax year pension planning
Ask the expert: Tom McPhail, head of pensions research at Hargreaves Lansdown, answers readers' queries on end of year tax planning for your pension and retirement options
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How to choose this year's equity Isa
Ask the expert:Simon Marsh, partner at Killik & Co will answered readers' queries on the rules surrounding equity Isas and which ones to choose
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How to fill in your end of year tax return
Ask the expert: Louise Somerset, tax director at RBC Wealth Management, answered queries on how to fill in your tax return
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Banks restrict lending to existing customers
More people are applying for loans but fewer are securing one, and those banks that are lending are only doing so to their existing customers
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Battle looms over BA pensions
British Airways signalled the start of a protracted battle with the Pensions Regulator over the price tag on its retirement obligations, the outcome of which will be crucial to its tie-up with Spain's Iberia
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Top bankers destroy value, study claims
Bankers should count themselves lucky they are being hit by a mere 50 per cent additional tax on bonuses, a report argues, because their benefit to society is negative
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Investors urged to sell before next tax rise
Seven out of ten wealth advisers warn that capital gains tax will almost certainly be raised in a pre- or post-election Budget
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It's not just bankers seeking a way round bonus tax
Fund managers, stockbrokers, and even some financial advisers will be hit by the new 50 per cent levy on "bankers'" bonuses
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From The Financial Times

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