Charlotte Read at Polhill Communications has invented a new cocktail based on the unique and beautiful coloring of the Essex dawn.The Hainault Sunrise, which she describes as “the summer drink of choice for any creative classy Essex girl”, will doubtless appeal to many IFAs, too. Mix vodka, orange juice and Bacardi to taste and pour into a sugared cocktail glass. Then pour Grenadine down the centre of a spoon in the centre of the glass to achieve said sunrise effect. Classy indeed. Cheers.
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The Department for Work and Pensions has announced its new rules on state pension deferral, effective from April 7.People choosing to defer their state pension can now opt for a one-off taxable lump sum or a weekly increase, when they do decide to claim. In order to be eligible for the lump sum option, people […]
Tilney chief executive David Campbell is leading a management buyout of the specialist fund manager.
Capital Market Notes, December 2016 Dave Lafferty, chief market strategist at Natixis Global Asset Management, assesses the accuracy of his 2016 outlook and provides his thoughts and outlook for 2017. Click here to read the full article
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