Armstrong Watson's Chartered Financial Planning Team

Engaging with a Trusted Adviser

It's important to engage with a trusted financial adviser to help guide, support and advise you throughout your lifetime

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How much will you need to retire?

Research by Loughborough University highlights what retirement looks like at three different levels – Minimum, Moderate and Comfortable

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The impact of changes to IR35 – Closing your Personal Service Company

following new IR35 rules in April 2020, PSC may become redundant as a consequence - so how do you close or dissolve your company effectively

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Turning pensions into useable money

Decisions about retirement need to be made carefully and with full knowledge of the tax implications.

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The North East - A land of opportunity

Armstrong Watson expands its presence in the North East building on the success of the well established office in Hexham by opening a new office in the centre of Newcastle.

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Changes to Residential Property Sales

Changes to the way Capital Gains Tax (“CGT”) is collected will impact those with rental properties and second homes from April 2020.

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Considering selling your business?

Selling your business can be daunting especially knowing how to make it an attractive proposition whilst optimising shareholder value - Armstrong Watson’s corporate finance and tax teams are here to help.

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Money lessons - 5 tips that add up to teaching your child about money matters

5 tips for parents or grandparents to help teach your child or grandchild to save and learn about money

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Changes to IR35 – How Will it Impact the Supply Chain?

The intended changes to IR35 in the private sector have been a big topic of conversation over the past few months, which we have

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Going Concern

We have all witnessed - and unfortunately with the demise of high street names like Thomas Cook - sometimes experienced, the shockwaves that corporate collapses are having upon the UK economic landscape. This has ultimately seen the finger pointed at two parties:

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Preparing for upcoming retirement

Considering the practicalities of fulfilling your desired lifestyle