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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Jackson Toms - the pensions specialists

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.

Why Jackson Toms

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

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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Tax planning: Prepare for the new tax year

By Richard Jackson | 22nd February 2021

Taking some time to start planning for 2021/22 now can be worthwhile.   While there is often a focus on planning for the end of the tax year, much less attention is paid to the start of the tax year. The lack of an obvious deadline is probably one reason – deadlines tend to concentrate the…

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Four financial lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic

By Richard Jackson | 18th February 2021

As the pandemic enters its second year, what have we learned?  The World Health Organisation declared Covid-19 a pandemic on 11 March 2020, coincidentally the day that Chancellor Rishi Sunak presented his first Budget. At the time, the Chancellor announced a £12bn stimulus to counter the impact of the pandemic. By November, the Office of…

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First-time buyer deposits rise after Covid-19 property boom

By Richard Jackson | 16th February 2021

The average deposit paid by first-time homebuyers jumped by £10,000 in 2020. When the pandemic took hold in the first half of last year, it looked as if the housing market was headed for a fall, if not something more dramatic. There were problems about viewing properties, arranging surveys, organising removals – you name it,…

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UK dividends: A bad 2020, but a better 2021?

By Richard Jackson | 16th February 2021

New data show how far UK dividends fell last year, but projections for 2021 suggest the declines are nearly over.   In January 2021, Link Asset Services published its latest UK Dividend Monitor covering the final quarter of 2020 and the year as a whole. The headline figure was that total dividends fell by 44% over…

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State pensions: the triple lock marches on…

By Richard Jackson | 25th January 2021

The main state pensions will rise by 2.5% in April.  The absence of an autumn Budget in 2020 meant that there was no formal announcement of the level of state pensions from April 2021. The numbers eventually emerged on 8 December  in a press release from the Department for Work and Pensions:  The new state pension,…

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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.

About Us

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

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