The Coronavirus pandemic has already caused immense damage to the economy on a global level. The implications for businesses and individuals have been profound and far-reaching.

In response, the government has looked to address issues on a tactical and strategic level. The changes to legislation have been complex and rapid.

Our expert and impartial guide to the legal and financial changes is available as a free download here.

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The local pensions specialists

If you require pension advice look no further than Jackson Toms, the pensions specialists. We are highly experienced financial advisers, offering a professional independent service to our clients since 2003.

The value of the investment can go down as well as up and you may not get back as much as you put in.

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Our reputation is built on the quality of service we provide. Our advice is based on a full understanding of every client's personal circumstances and We perform a full fact find into what is best for your specific situation.

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Making plans for the future - and understanding the financial options for retirement available to you are among the most important decisions that we make in life. That's why the help of a qualified independent advisor can help.

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The £30 billion budget plan to revitalise the economy

Some call it the Corona Budget. But however it is remembered, Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered the unexpected. Instead of the traditional policy of increasing taxes with the next election a distant prospect, we got policies of increased spending. And a lot of it too.

He announced a total package of fresh spending for 2020/21 of £30 billion, of which £12 billion was directly attributed to countering the impact of coronavirus on the UK economy and NHS finances.

READ OUR BUDGET ANALYSIS HERE

News and comment

Keep going well…? Shell’s historic dividend cut

By Richard Jackson | 25th June 2020

When a 75-year run is broken, something significant has probably happened. If you are of a certain age, ‘Keep going well…’ could have you instantly remembering the rhyming counterpart; ‘Keep going Shell’. At the end of April 2020 that 1960s advertising slogan suddenly looked particularly jarring to many investors. Royal Dutch Shell, to give the…

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Missing in inaction: calculating inflation under lockdown

By Richard Jackson | 19th June 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic has created problems for the statisticians who calculate the rate of inflation. Inflation, as measured by the Consumer Prices Index (CPI), fell sharply in April to just 0.9% against 1.5% in the previous month. The main reason for the drop was energy costs: Ofgem’s new price caps for gas and electricity standard…

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Deferring July’s income tax payment after Covid-19

By Richard Jackson | 16th June 2020

The imminent payment on account does not have to be paid. The last Friday in July is the due date for the second 2019/20 self-assessment payment on account. At least, in theory it is… One of the many measures introduced by the government as part of its Covid-19 programme was the option to defer that…

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Should you review your pension fund withdrawals?

By Richard Jackson | 12th June 2020

The fall in world stock markets has cut the value of many pension pots. Which would you choose as investment performance, assuming a £10,000 investment that would be untouched for 10 years? A steady return of 5% a year throughout the period; or Two years of 20% annual losses followed by eight years of 12.39%…

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Don’t be so negative…

By Richard Jackson | 10th June 2020

Could UK interest rates head into negative figures? Source: Bank of England The Bank of England’s chief economist, Andy Haldane, suggested in mid-May that negative interest rates were one possible response to the economic fallout from Covid-19. The comment was surprising because in the past the Bank has been opposed to the idea that its…

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Covid-19 measures: 29 May 2020 Update

By Richard Jackson | 1st June 2020

On Friday 29 May the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, presented further details of how several key schemes will develop over the coming weeks and months. Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) In an announcement on 29 May the Chancellor provided more details of the extension of the CJRS to the end of October. After some apparently managed…

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Jackson Toms

Jackson Toms Financial Services Limited was founded in 2003 by Richard Jackson and Martin Toms, who ran his own accountancy practice from 1982 to 2006. We have worked extremely hard to build and develop an excellent reputation in  Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Rutland, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire. We have done this by providing financial services which are tailored around the unique requirements of the client.

Retirement planning

Whatever your feelings, retirement is probably the major opportunity of your life for a new and potentially very enjoyable phase of life in which you and not others manage your time.
At Jackson Toms we will do a full fact find to see what will best suit your needs.

Call us today to make an appointment for Retirement Planning in Kettering on 01536 526 088.

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Jackson Toms Financial Services are experts in:
■ Pensions
■ Life Cover
■ Retirement Planning
■ Income Drawdown
■ Bringing Pensions together
■ Ongoing Investment Advice

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