The Liberal Democrats have unveiled a new campaign pledge to help young working adults rent their own homes with government-backed loans. People will be able to borrow up to £1,500, or £2,000 in London, to go towards a tenancy deposit in England. Borrowers need to be between 18 and 30, in paid employment and not […]
The pension reforms offer a great opportunity for financial advisers to attract new clients and grow their business. As product providers look to sell new propositions and unscrupulous firms solicit consumers to put their money in esoteric investments, the general opinion is that the new rules have brought to the forefront the need for advice. […]
The Liberal Democrats is to announce plans to give local authorities power to double council tax on second homes. The announcement comes as part of a “Countryside Charter” unveiled today in Cornwall by Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg. The Lib Dems hope that by allowing councils to charge up to 200 per cent council tax, […]
Brands do not care about you. Institutions do not care about you either. The only people able to care about you are people. With this in mind, the question is “is this institution owned, organised and run by people who will allow the people who work there to care?” Generally, the answer is “no” because […]
Daniel Nicholas, Product Manager of the Harris Associates Global Concentrated Equity Fund, discusses the main challenges and issues facing global equity investors in 2016.
- Top trends
- Top trends
- Paul Lewis: The NI sting depriving 1950s women of their state pensions
- Aegon wins complaint over forcing transfer client to get advice
- FCA evidence throws Sipp provider court case into doubt
- What’s up the chancellor’s sleeve as the Budget nears?
- FOS ruling cannot add new duties for Sipp providers, court hears
News and expert analysis straight to your inboxSign up