Posted by: WealthIFA | June 24, 2010

Financial News Update we 25/06/2010

Hope you have had a good week and are looking forward to the weekend – summer, it seems, is here at last!!

So the country is on a high as England qualifies for the next round of the World Cup on Sunday against Germany – piece of cake!

Clearly this weeks news has been dominated by the emergency budget (that and the football!) but it would seem that it wasn’t as bad as they had warned… although perhaps that was their ploy?… I have sifted through those I thought contained more relevance but if you have spotted any others worth looking at, please do let me know.

Additionally, there were still a few other articles worth mentioning …

Pre Budget 2010: Glossary of key terms http://ow.ly/17Q9YV
Ward MacKenzie Emergency Budget Report 2010 http://bit.ly/9bo6AP

Estate Planning

OFT issues new advice for testators as SRA warns solicitors on probate service ethics http://bit.ly/bsTQ6l

Long Term Care

Care home to be knocked down in major overhaul http://ow.ly/17OmTB
Man missing from care home found in north Wales http://ow.ly/17Pjau
Furley Page: Essential tips for home care funding http://ow.ly/17PS08

Retirement

Budget 2010: What it means for pensions http://ow.ly/17QiTk
Budget 2010: Government scraps age 75 rule http://ow.ly/17QqPe
Budget 2010: Government to review plan to limit tax relief on pensions http://ow.ly/17QSE9

Investments

Budget 2010: Rise in UK capital gains tax not all bad news for higher rate tax payers … http://ow.ly/17QWre

Let me know if you have any questions and have a good weekend!

Regards
Kieron

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