17 July 2014

The Scotsman: Nisa days ahead for savers as tax changes kick in

On the 6th April, Carbon’s Investment Director Barry O’Neill provided some commentary for a piece in The Scotsman highlighting somme potential risks and drawbacks associated with increased Isa allowances that came into play for the beginning of the 2014-15 tax year.

Barry highlights the dangers of trying to second-guess the markets fuelled by the temptation of recent strong returns on equities. It’s an informative article from Jeff Salway with some equally interesting observations form Barry O’Neill. You can read The Scotsman article here

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