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NMPA: Were you born after 5 April 1971?

By Richard Jackson | 9th April 2021

A new consultation paper has set out more details of an increase in the normal minimum retirement age or NMPA.   In February the Treasury and HMRC published a consultation paper on implementing an increase in the normal minimum pension age (NMPA) from 55 to 57. The NMPA sets the earliest age at which retirement benefits (lump…

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UK interest rates quadruple in two months

By Richard Jackson | 7th April 2021

The UK base rate may be stuck at 0.1%, but there is interest rate movement elsewhere.  The Bank of England has kept its base rate below 1% for over 12 years now. The rate first dropped to 0.5% on 5 March 2009, during the financial crisis. It did briefly rise to the dizzying heights of…

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CPI – Inflation at a turning point?

By Richard Jackson | 5th April 2021

We could see a jump in inflation soon. The pandemic has posed problems for the Office for National Statistics (ONS) when it comes to calculating the rate of inflation. For example: How do you measure the price of an item or service when a lockdown means it is not for sale? Two good examples are the…

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Pensions lifetime allowance devaluation continues

By Richard Jackson | 2nd April 2021

The Budget announced a five-year freeze to the standard lifetime allowance for pensions. The standard lifetime allowance (SLA) is an important pensions number. It effectively sets the maximum tax efficient value of all your retirement benefits, in the absence of any legislative protections (of which there are many). To the extent that the SLA is…

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The spring 2021 Budget

By Richard Jackson | 31st March 2021

A quiet turning of the tax screw. Just before the Budget arrived on March 3, it seemed as if the Chancellor would have nothing to say that was not already public knowledge. However, while some of the many leaks were confirmed, none of the pre-Budget pundits correctly predicted the Chancellor’s strategy. Instead of cutting borrowing,…

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Interest rates double since March 2020

By Richard Jackson | 24th February 2021

No, the headline is not wrong…  Interest rates matter. At the personal finance end of the spectrum, they determine what you earn from bank deposits (virtually nothing at present) and what interest you pay on your mortgage (about 4.4% if you are paying the average standard variable rate (SVR), but much less for most other…

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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.

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