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Cashflow Modelling

Model 1st Death - Now Available

As part of our continuous development at FinCalc, we are pleased to confirm you can now Model 1st death within the Cashflow. Model comprehensive death scenarios, including disposal of Assets and a range of death benefits which will include LTA and income tax calculations.

Multiple Branding - Now Available

As part of our continuous development at FinCalc, we have introduced a new feature following requests from our customers. Companies can now request to have multiple variations of branded reports within FinCalc.  

We also have a new Add-On Package available for paraplanner firms.

Income Shortfall Funding – Now Available

We have introduced a new feature that will save some of your valuable time and effort. This new feature will enable a tax-efficient route for your clients, while illustrating future retirement modelling scenarios to meet very simple or extremely complex planning needs!

Budget 2021 updates

Within the Budget statement on 3rd March 2021, Chancellor Rishi Sunak set out the government’s tax and spending plans for the year ahead to support the long-term economic recovery. Due to our continuous development, we are pleased to confirm that the relevant changes within the Budget are now included within FinCalc.  

New and Improved Charts

As part of our continuous development at FinCalc we are pleased to confirm that we have enhanced the look of our charts and the chart options. This improvement gives you greater visual effects when presenting to your clients.

Change Tax Rates Scenario – Now Available

Will the deficit due to the Coronavirus Pandemic be filled with tax increases? You can now model this scenario in your Clients FinCalc Cashflow.

Lifetime Allowance within Cashflow – Now Available

As part of our continuous development at FinCalc, we are pleased to confirm that we have introduced Lifetime Allowance within the Cashflow!

Cashflow Including New Minimum Pension Age

Following the initial plan announced in 2014, the government has confirmed that the minimum pension age for accessing any private pensions is going to be increased from 55 to 57 in 2028. What does this mean for your clients?