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A game with two halves? Don’t forget your ISA allowance!!

A game with two halves? No – Not football. With all the news about global debt and the “Greek Problem” it is little wonder that some people are feeling “all financed out”. However, it is important at this time to … Continue reading

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Tax and Debt: The Odd Couple? But – Is it the same for little and large?

Tax and Debt. A number of news items are worth noting this week – above the general “noise” that pervades at the moment. There is a reported resurgence of speculative debt – Payments in Kind Notes or PIKs as they … Continue reading

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