Although mortgage protection gives new homeowners the peace of mind that they will be able to make repayments if the worst happens, until recently many mortgage brokers were reluctant to bring it up.
As we start a new tax-year, investors are facing a dilemma. Financial markets were weak in 2018, especially so in the fourth quarter.
Even for advisers who don’t expect to be in business for that long, bringing younger investors on board lowers the average age (and hence potential future value) of their client book.
Consumer behaviour and habits have changed over the years, powered by technology in particular, which has given people immediate access to wider choice and greater control over their decisions.
Those aged 18 – 34 will soon make up around half the entire UK workforce. How can health and wellbeing programmes shift to meet their needs? Asks Pippa Andrews at VitalityHealth
Is it better to access structured deposits directly or through a fund? At a time when stock and bond markets are fraught with risk, structured products are an option worth considering.
Why it’s time to reconsider structured products
There are growing signs that positive lifestyle decisions taken now could lead to positive effects on mental capacity in later life. Vitality’s Deepak Jobanputra examines the emerging evidence.
Dr Keith Klintworth examines why we all need to take a proactive interest in our mental health, as we would our physical health
After almost a decade-long bull run, markets in recent months have shown signs of fragility. Yet, despite the current climate, your clients’ need for capital growth remains constant.
For less than the price of your daily cappuccino , protecting yourself, your home and your family’s future is now quick, easy and even more affordable.
Welcome to the fourth instalment of our good life gurus series. We talk to IFA’s Kathryn and Alan Knowles to find out how they got started with an exercise regime and how a healthy lifestyle helps them with work-life balance.