Cheshire-based IFA accountancy specialists Personal Tax Partnership has joined support services group Three Sixty. Personal Tax Partnership, Laura Chuck and Sheila Huxley, provide accountancy, audit and tax planning services to directly authorised IFAs and network members.
National Savings and Investments increased sales of its products by 9 per cent to £11.2bn in the year to March 2003, up from £10.3bn the previous year. The Government-backed savings and investments provider saw sales of Premium Bonds rise to £4.75bn over 2002/2003 and have seen monthly sales soar since then with £1.1bn sold in […]
Sofa chairman Nick Bamford believes pension simplification is not the answer and will only add another layer of complexity on top of what is already there. Speaking at the Chartered Insurance Institute conference in London, Bamford said that while simplification sounds good and is a positive goal, he does not believe it will work as […]
Friends Provident International is offering a special offer on its savings plan.Available until December 31 the offer increases the standard allocation on many regular contributions.This means an investor putting in £250 a month for 21 years would receive an extra allocation of 40 per cent on top of the standard allocation of 102.5 per cent. […]
Gartmore is forming an alliance with leading hedge fund company Aspect Capital. The agreement will focus on joint development and distribution of alternative investment products.
Interest rates are low. Bond yields, in some economies, are at negative levels. Simon Edelsten, manager of the Artemis Global Select fund, analyses which assets investors should now consider. Click here to view full article
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