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2 out of 3 without life insurance despite health worries

A recent ‘Health, Wealth and Happiness’ report* shows that poor health (29%) and concerns over family members’ health (24%) top the list of things likely to impact happiness, above the sudden death of a family member or friend (24%), terrorism (23%) and the impact of...

More than £400M languishing in old pension pots

With more people changing jobs over their working lifetime, the average saver can have multiple pension pots and have no idea how to track them down. What’s more, people move homes and can lose track of paperwork over the years. As a result, the Department for Work...

5 Personal finance habits we should all adopt

While most of us think we’re pretty good with our money, we can all benefit from giving our finances a regular health check. If you’re looking to get to grips with your finances and develop better habits, then setting yourself some financial goals and drawing up a...

Protecting your family’s future

When making their Wills, many parents appoint relations and close friends who would act as the guardians of their children in the event of their deaths. Although anyone nominated to fulfil this important role would be gratified to be thought of as worthy of...

More women are working into their 70’s

In yet another sign that retirement is becoming an increasingly fluid concept, figures from the Office for National Statistics show that the number of women working past the age of 70 has doubled in the last four years. The abolition of the compulsory retirement age...

Millions relying on just £7,000 in retirement

According to research* carried out for the Pensions Policy Institute, many pensioners are relying on their state pension for three-quarters of their income. It can come as a shock to many that their state pension entitlement increased to £164.35 per week from April...

Cash flow planning – your road map for the future

Many people spend their working lives planning and saving for their later years. However, when they reach retirement they can be unsure as to how best to allocate their cash. This is where cash flow planning can really help.   WHY IT HELPS TO GET A FORECAST A cash...

April Bulletin 2018 – Download

Your window on financial matters: INSIDE THIS ISSUE; Tax traps the Bank of Mum and Dad should avoid Millions relying on just £7k in retirement Cash flow planning – your road map for the future More women are working into their 70s Time to temper your...

Tax traps the bank of Mum and Dad should avoid

  With the Bank of Mum and Dad regularly helping to finance property transactions for their offspring, it’s important for parents to be aware of the tax consequences of doing so.   INHERITANCE TAX (IHT) Although it’s tempting to give children large amounts of cash for...

Spring Statement 2018

Philip Hammond, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, stood up in Parliament at 12.34pm on Tuesday 13th March, to deliver his first – already heralded as ‘slimmed down’ – Spring Statement. He had forewarned the media and Parliament that he would not be making...

Over £40m stolen from pensioners

Police reports show that since the introduction of the pension freedoms, more than £43m in retirement savings has been lost to fraud. Concerns have been raised in parliament, and the Work and Pensions Committee has held an inquiry that, amongst other things, heard...

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