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by Graham Bond 25 May, 2017

Personal Finance Portal (PFP) has evolved and can now give you access to your entire financial portfolio including all short, medium and long-term savings and investment information in one place 24/7 – anywhere, on any mobile or web device. It features redesigned screens and layouts which makes it much easier for you to use. There’s even a dedicated mobile phone app for iPhone and Android users coming soon.

As well as the great functionality you currently enjoy with PFP, you can also now get:

Additional access to PFP Premium

PFP Premium is an additional service that enables you to collate information on your short-term finances like bank account(s), credit cards, loans and mortgages together your advised products, giving you powerful insight into your total net worth. Plus, you’ll also be able to receive alerts and insights into spending and saving habits so you can keep track on how you’re progressing against the goals you’ve set. Why not give it a try?

Of course you can still view your fund information and financial portfolio at the click of a button. So whether you’re looking for an up-to-date valuation of your portfolio, want to assess how you’re progressing against your goals or simply wish to get in touch, PFP has it covered.

Secure messaging between us and you

With email and post increasingly open to being intercepted, we treat the security of the data you share with us with utmost importance. PFP provides you with a secure messaging service, so you can quickly get in touch with us and have the peace of mind of knowing that any information you share is encrypted and completely private.

A secure document vault

PFP provides you with a secure document vault, so you can house all your financial documents online where they are secure and fully backed up - much safer and more convenient than the bottom of the filing cabinet.

The new service will offer improved screens This upgrade will provide improved features for our clients. The link below give an overview of the new PFP

If you are not already using the PFP facility and would like to please contact us.

by Graham Bond 25 May, 2017

Capital Gains tax on shares and investments. When you sell shares, you will either make a profit or a loss. Profits made are classed as a capital gain.

There are some exemptions where capital gains tax (CGT) is not liable:

  • Individual savings accounts (Isa’s)
  • Venture Capital Trusts
  • Enterprise Investment schemes
  • Gifts to Charity
  • Government Securities
  • Corporate Bonds of a qualifying status
  • Transfers of shares between spouses or partners in a civil partnership
  • betting, lottery or pools winnings

Apart from the exemptions, sales or disposal of the shares will normally be classed as a potential capital gain.

Each person has an allowance each year they can use to reduce the amount of CGT they might pay. If your total gains for the tax year are below the “annual exempt allowance” you will not have to pay any tax.

If your gains are over the allowance then tax would be due on the balance. It might also be possible to offset any losses from previous tax years. If you do not use your annual exempt allowance for CGT in a tax year, then you lose it and you cannot carry it forward to another year. The CGT tax rate payable will depend on your total income and any gains made for the tax year in question.

The government changed the way Capital Gains were taxed from April 2015. The amount of tax due will depend whether you are a basic or higher rate taxpayer.

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