The festive break and Christmas shut down is often a period when business owners have time to reflect on the future of their business and their own personal objectives- these reflections may lead to thinking about retirement and planning for the ultimate sale of the business.
After a year of fund-raising, including participating in events including sky-dives, fun runs and bake-offs, our Plymouth office raised over £5,000 for children’s charity Jeremiah’s Journey.
How is it that time of year again?! The autumnal orange leaves have fallen from the trees and fireworks have swiftly been replaced with the twinkle of Christmas lights. That’s right, it’s the time of year we have a tendency to splurge out and indulge in the festive offerings – but will businesses be thriving or feeling the festive pinch come January?
Thomas Westcott advises many NHS professionals with their financial planning affairs; we would like to share with you a topic relevant to all NHS pension scheme members.
It concerns the tapered reduction of the pensions annual allowance for those earning £150-210K per annum. This “adjusted income” figure includes NHS PAYE income, private practice income and the value of employer pension contributions amongst others.
Recently the Government introduced new freedoms to give people greater than ever access to their pension savings.
For instance, if you are 55 or over you can now take as much or as little out of your pension savings as you like, including:
We’re excited to announce that we’ve just launched our own Thomas Westcott Corporate Finance Service and have appointed experienced Alison Watts to head the new team.
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