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24th June 2016

Milford & Dormor Financial Planning Financial Planners’s EU Referendum Statement

The U.K. Votes to Leave the EU The U.K. has voted 52/48 to leave the EU. The result is unexpected as only yesterday financial markets put […]
20th April 2016

The economic case for leaving the EU

There have been many attempts to bamboozle the British population with spurious economic arguments claiming we would be worse off if we were to leave the […]
11th April 2016

Our Investment Commentary for Q1 2016 (1 January – 31 March)

Global equities experienced a sharp sell-off at the start of 2016, reflected by the FTSE World index which fell 12% in January. Due to weak sterling, […]
30th March 2016

The case for the UK remaining in the EU

Leaving aside Boris Johnson’s bluster and recent unsubstantiated claims that the EU has banned children aged under eight from blowing up balloons and forbidden the recycling […]
24th March 2016

Exciting New Job Opportunity at Milford & Dormor Financial Planning Financial Planners

An opportunity has arisen for a Client Service Administrator to join Milford & Dormor Financial Planning Financial Planners. Milford & Dormor Financial Planning Financial Planners Ltd […]
18th March 2016

2016 Budget Highlights

Income Tax Personal Allowance to increase to £11,500 in 2017/18 Higher rate tax band to increase to £45,000 from 2017/18 Class 2 NICs for self-employed abolished […]
1st February 2016

End of Year Tax Checklist

The spring budget takes place on the 16 March in advance of the end of the tax year on 5 April. With government finances under pressure, […]
22nd January 2016

What does the government/industry need to do to make long term care funding easier?

Care and support services continue to face ever growing and unprecedented challenges as a result of cuts in spending and continued increases in demand. Care services […]
4th January 2016

Our Investment Commentary for Q4 2015 (1 October – 31 December)

Markets experienced considerable volatility in 2015, which saw significant weakening of commodity prices driven by a slowing Chinese economy and, consequently, concerns over global growth. As […]
27th November 2015

Autumn Statement 2015

Chancellor George Osborne was given significant scope for manoeuvre when he presented his Autumn Statement on 25 November 2015 by the Office of Budget Responsibility (OBR), […]