Category: Businesses

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Make money before your tax bill 2020

Now is a great time to turn your attention to your client’s tax liability due 31 January 2020 and how this can be efficiently funded. People who are aware of large liabilities being created in 2018/19 are well advised to…

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Artificial Intelligence in the financial sector

Artificial intelligence (AI) is soon to become commonplace in the financial industry. We are seeing more and more ways to use technology to compare products, transfer money quickly and cheaply and review recent transactions. Using technology in this way means…

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Open Banking – A Revolution?

13 January 2018 saw the introduction of Open Banking. The following information explains: 1) Why it has been introduced? 2) Who can participate? 3) How do you get started? 4) What are the benefits? 5) Who will provide the service?…

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Meet the Team – Client Management

We took 5 minutes to chat to Jordan Braithwaite, DCM Client Management Supervisor. Managing the team of DCM Client Managers in Richmond can provide a varied work day but just don’t get him too excited about savings rates… How long…

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FSCS Changes means savings aren't protected | Financial Services Compensation Scheme | Interest Rates | Savings Accounts | Manage your savings | Cash savings
Natwest and RBS may charge firms to hold deposits

NatWest and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) have warned businesses they may have to charge them to accept deposits due to low interest rates. Alan Sneddon, Director of Gale and Phillipson’s Dynamic Cash Management service, said: “The driving force for…

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£1000 interest tax-free for Personal Savings Allowance

The personal savings allowance (PSA) comes into effect in just a month’s time. It’ll see the first £1,000 in savings interest become completely tax-free (£500 for higher rate taxpayers), but the question being talked about at the moment is do you…

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