There is nothing like an election to concentrate the mind on what our esteemed politicians believe we need to be thinking about for the future. Whether it is the economy or the NHS, defence or education, the smart money seems to be on a coalition again, it is just the permutations of who will court […]
Pension tax relief is set to take another hammering from reform-hungry politicians, with both the Conservatives and Labour setting out complex plans to cut allowances for people earning more than £150,000. Labour has previously come under attack from the pensions industry over its plans to taper away tax breaks for high earners. The proposals, which […]
The appeal of working in the financial services industry has always been great but many young people will likely turn to banks, building societies and insurance providers when looking to start a career in the space. Meanwhile, the specialised financial advice sector is often overlooked as an entry point. To succeed in this arena you […]
It has been noticeably quiet for us on the pension front since the reforms were introduced. It appears consumers have heeded the various warnings to avoid rushing to make decisions. We expect to advise a large number of clients on pension freedoms over the next three to five years but hopefully these will be on a […]
By Mike Riddell (17 May 2016) Most people would explain the rally in global risky assets since mid-February as being primarily down to the spectacular volte-face from the Federal Reserve, where Janet Yellen (and others) dramatically toned down their narrative that the Fed would be hiking rates as many as four times in 2016. This explanation […]
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