Often our clients come to us with complex problems that go far beyond simple finances. Take, for example, Hugh. In his early 70s and recently retired from his longstanding, third generation family business, Hugh’s sizeable stock portfolio was inherited and hasn’t been well managed over the...

An owner of a large business, Jack had multiple streams of revenue across a number of properties, his pension and of course, his longstanding, successful business. His wealth portfolio was impressive and substantial but before he spoke to Murphy Wealth, it was disorganised and inefficient....

Ed is the owner of a medium-sized business and is a high-earner that pays additional rate tax. His pension, while substantial is almost incidental and hadn’t been reviewed or properly managed for a long time. Outside of his pension, Ed also has cash deposits built up over time from busines...

HMRC has announced that from April 1st, all VAT-registered businesses must keep all records and returns online. Although we’ve spoken about what this can mean for business, what does it mean for you and how can you embrace the forthcoming digital finance changes? It may be tempting to shy...

From April 1st, all VAT-registered businesses must keep all of their VAT records online with quarterly VAT returns through Making Tax Digital (MTD) Compatible Software. This is the first in a range of similar changes that are expected to continue into 2020. These changes have been introduc...

Reviewing your finances can seem both daunting and somewhat redundant. If you know that you’re comfortable, that you have previously managed money effectively and that all your necessary bills have been paid, why commit the time and effort to something that may be fruitless? We believe th...

The coming weeks are crucial not only for us, as a country, preparing for Brexit but for the end of the tax year, too. Brexit is still uncertain and the results and actions towards them are completely out of our hands. However, although you may feel that it is much the same for your person...

Nothing flies by us quicker than a tax year. We celebrate Christmas and New Year and all of a sudden, it’s time for the tax deadline rush. For many people, this rush is considered to be an inevitability, just a painful, costly part of running a business. It’s become something of a routine ...

There has been a downward trend in the number of independent financial advice firms since 2008 for a number of reasons, including an increasingly complex regulatory environment and a lack of new entrants to the business. New regulations, including the introduction of GDPR, is putting pres...