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22nd May 2014

Graduate Trainee Investment Manager

An opportunity has arisen for an ambitious graduate to join Seabrook Clark as a Graduate Trainee Investment Manager.

16th May 2014

April 2014 Market Commentary

April marked the start of the second quarter of 2014, however the sluggish performance of markets so far this year continued.

28th March 2014

Tax planning for the year end

The end of the tax year offers a natural opportunity for individuals to take stock of their financial position and make plans for the coming years.

28th March 2014

Income tax planning

One way to improve tax efficiency is through careful planning and use of allowances.

28th March 2014

CGT planning & tax efficient investments

The tax year end offers a good chance to review investments and conduct a spring clean of any portfolios with careful consideration placed upon the following points.

28th March 2014

Pension contributions

As with investments, it is important to review your pension contributions before the end of each tax year to ensure you make the most of your allowance.

24th March 2014

2014 Budget offers little support to charities

Strong economic growth in 2013 represented perhaps the first genuine signs of a worldwide recovery since the major set-backs in 2008.

24th March 2014

Marketing – Thinking outside of the box

In the past, it has been very expensive to produce marketing materials to promote a charity’s activities to the wider public.

24th March 2014

What does the future hold for charity shops?

In an age of government cuts, charities have been increasingly dependent on alternative sources of funding, one of these being charity shops.

19th March 2014

Budget 2014 for ‘Makers, Do-ers and Savers’

Today, the Chancellor, George Osborne delivered an upbeat and more political Budget as he promised to nuture a ‘resilient economy’, upgrading his growth forecasts of GDP from 2.4% to 2.7% this year and from 2.2% to 2.3% next year. He also highlighted the decline in unemployment and a target to eliminate the budget deficit by 2019. However, he cautioned that ‘the job is far from done’, as the UK is half-way through an austerity programme of tax rises and spending cuts stretching to 2018.

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