Articles from the Chartered Financial Planners at Depledge
If your business is working on innovative projects within science and technology, whether your projects are successful or not, you may be able to claim research and development corporation tax relief.
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You may have heard of some financial firms as being Chartered and wondered what it stands for.
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It’s one thing to travel with your children or grandchildren and help them realise an appreciation for seeing the world. To prepare them to navigate that world on their own and to take control of their own adventures, is another thing entirely, but it’s not impossible. Let them take the reins when you plan your […]
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The Apprenticeship Levy was introduced as a method of increasing national productivity. With the aim of developing vocational skills and increasing both the quality and quantity of apprenticeships in the UK, the government committed to 3m new apprenticeship starts in England by 2020.
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When it comes to a robust investment plan, rooting around for hidden treasure at car boot sales can’t really be held up as particularly reliable.
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It’s one of the scary things about growing old, isn’t it? We’re all living longer, thanks to medical science but does that mean more of us are going to end up in a care home, struggling to find the means to pay for it?
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In 2007, there were 254,000 older people living in private rented accomodation. If things continue the way they’re going, they estimate that over a third of those over 60 will be privately renting by 2040.
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‘The bank of Mum and Dad’ will lend enough money to the next generation of UK homeowners in 2018 to make it the equivalent of a top 10 Mortgage Lender.
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The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has announced that GDP growth is down to 0.1% from last quarter’s 0.4%. This means that the first quarter of 2018 saw the UK economy at its slowest growth since 2012.
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We are all impressed that our very own Principal Director, Andrew Day, managed to roll back the years and compete in the largest open water swimming event in Europe at the weekend.
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