The FCA has added a function to its register where consumers can search for the closest financial adviser to them. The new function allows people to search for an adviser by entering a postcode. Unauthorised firms are flagged in red with an accompanying note saying: “We strongly suggest you avoid dealing with this firm”. Details […]
The chancellor is to reveal the government’s spending plans for next year exactly five months before Britain is due to leave the European Union The date for the Autumn Budget has finally been announced. This year it will take place on 29 October. Yes, a Monday. This is a little earlier than expected but concern […]
It is not unusual for someone who has been in a defined benefit scheme for a large part of their career to have pension assets worth more than the house they are living in. The value of deferred pension benefits is something very few of us really understand, even those of us who work in […]
Callum Abbot, co-manager of the JPM UK Equity Core Fund discusses the four key pillars of support for the UK equity market.
We British are known for our stiff upper lip and just getting on with things. It’s part of our quirky cultural behaviour – like forming orderly queues, or saying sorry when it’s not our fault. Many of us just aren’t that great at talking about what’s bothering us. But if someone feels that the stresses […]
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