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Revealing statistics show that only 9% of the British public have income protection (IP), in comparison to 41% who have life insurance, despite the clear issues it would cause for most people if...
Pearls of wisdom for mortgage buyers Spring is the time that most people look to buy/sell their house, a critical time of planning for mortgage buyers and a time to make sure you are mortgage ready....
Stockport ‘skills swap’ set to boost region’s physical and financial fitness Businesses across the region are to be given an opportunity to enhance their staff’s physical and financial wellbeing,...
Thumbnail On 6th April 2018 both employer and employee regulatory increases will be applied to all pension schemes for auto enrolment, with further increases to be made in April 2019. It is the employers...
Thumbnail There are many differing statistics around attitudes to saving and investing, suggesting as we mature our focus and mind set will shift. According to statistics*, Millennials (age 21-34) focus on...
Turning financial visions into reality - Investment Planning No two people are alike with each of us having a unique set of objectives. A professional adviser’s starting point is always to take the...
Life cover, mortgage protection and Health insurance, income protection….do you have it and why is it important? Many of us don’t like to think about covering living expenses if we die or are unable to...
New tough measures that have recently been announced by the Government have been commended by Independent Financial Planning firm Clarke Nicklin Financial Planning. The new measures, which will mean...
Once mortgage borrowers come to the end of their fixed discounted rate, they could see themselves paying a hefty price as they are automatically moved onto the lenders Standard Variable Rate (SVR)....
Thumbnail On 6 April 2017, a new additional main residence nil-rate band (RNRB) was introduced, which allows for less Inheritance Tax to be paid in situations when a family home is left to children,...
The start of the new tax year on 6 April 2017 saw the launch of the Lifetime ISA (LISA). A new type of Individual Savings Account (ISA) to help save for a first home or towards retirement at the...
It was over two years ago that the pension freedoms reforms took effect. Some retirement savers say they are still confused by the rules and want no more changes.
A daunting part of a separation or divorce for most couples is sorting out the finances. Financial disputes can be a major stumbling block in the divorce process and could take longer than the...
Thumbnail If you are looking for a sustainable medium to long term investment approach then a smoothed investment plan may be worth exploring. Scott Herbert Partner and Independent Financial Planner,...
A common mistake some investors make is not diversifying their portfolio enough. To make sure investments are spread across different asset classes, it couldcontain a blend of equities, bonds, cash...
5 million over-50s looking to make their money work harder Savers have had it extremely tough over many years now, and yet many still feel uncertain about making the switch to investing. This is...
A new ISA is to become available from 6 April 2017, the new Lifetime ISA is aimed at young adults to start saving. This might be an ideal opportunity for parents wanting to assist their children in...
The average rate of a Cash ISA has fallen to a record low of 0.82% according to Moneyfacts, ten years ago the rate averaged at 5.06%. ‘Don’t let that put you off investing though’ comments Scott Herbert,...
Take control over where your money is invested tax-efficiently Each tax year, we are each given an annual Individual Savings Account (ISA) allowance. The deadline to add to the tax-efficient...
Thumbnail   Retirement planning is simply about how you look at your future. However, more than a million Britons are facing a ‘mid-life savings crisis’ as they near the age of 40 with no retirement savings,...
 
 
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