New Brooms

As time passes during the present election campaign, its seems more likely that we may have a change of government from the 5 July. Labour have disclosed a number of tax changes they would introduce. To summarise they are: Private school fees will attract VAT at 20%...

Falling inflation – what does it mean for you?

The following notes are reproduced from a Treasury statement issued 21 May 2024. Lower inflation supports people by maintaining the purchasing power of their money. If prices only rise slowly, people can plan their budgets more effectively – encouraging spending...

Change

There is a French saying “Plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose” meaning, the more things change, the more they stay the same. Its interesting to apply this to a change that is about to come about, if, as expected, the Labour Party form the next...

New protection for consumers

The Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Act has become law after receiving Royal Assent. The Act paves the way to give consumers rights across the UK, with greater control and clarity over online purchases.  It does this by requiring businesses to provide...