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General Pensions
May 2018
Money’s too tight to mention
General Pensions
May 2018
Financial impact on annual retirement income after divorce First comes marriage, then for some couples comes divorce. But a stable marriage is one of the best paths to building and maintaining wealth. Divorce, on the other hand, is expensive. Possessions, money, financial assets and debt acquired during (and sometimes before) marriage are divided between former spouses. Putting a price tag on a divorce is tricky. Read full article
General
May 2018
This time next year we’ll be ‘million-heirs’
General
May 2018
Larger individual wealth and expectation of substantial inheritances With estate planning, you can decide what happens to your money and possessions – even your pets – if something happens to you. But estate planning is useful in other ways too: it can help you minimise any Inheritance Tax liability and ensure your wishes are carried out in the event of your death or if you need to go into care. Read full article
General Investment
May 2018
Is inflation back? Don’t panic
General Investment
May 2018
How to protect the value of your money from its effects Is inflation back? After two years when consumer prices in the UK barely rose, the annual rate of inflation has risen above the Bank of England’s (BOE) target of 2% in 2017. The combination of high inflation and limited wage growth – as well as uncertainty about the terms on which Britain will leave the European Union in 2019 – is expected to mean Britain’s economy grows more weakly than other EU economies this year. Read full article
General
May 2017
Wise Financial Solutions announces new partnership
General
May 2017
Farnham accountants Wise & Co have announced a new partnership to give their growing client list access to valuable business and personal financial advice. Joining with neighbours Fish Financial, the partnership will trade as Wise Financial Solutions. “Fish Financial is… Read full article
General
April 2017
MPs’ vote set to trigger snap election
General
April 2017
Theresa May’s plan for a snap general election on 8 June is set to be authorised by MPs later The early poll is expected to secure the two-thirds Commons majority it requires to go ahead, with Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn welcoming… Read full article
General
March 2017
Housing market stagnating, say surveyors
General
March 2017
Property surveyors are getting gloomier about the state of the housing market, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics). Its latest monthly survey shows that stock levels are at a new record low. The number of people… Read full article