What makes your business great? Clients like the fact they get to deal with just me. We have 73 clients, which is a manageable number for one adviser also running the business to look after. If we got much bigger I would have to hire another adviser, which means I would need to get involved […]
I was lucky enough to enjoy a wonderful few days skiing in France and Switzerland last month. My companions and I found ourselves spending a couple of long chairlift rides musing over the dangers of skiing, particularly how to keep our exuberant teenagers safe while at the same time giving them the thrills they craved. […]
The last three months of 2015 saw providers sell more annuities than drawdown products for the first time since the pension freedoms were launched, according to the Association of British Insurers. ABI director general Huw Evans told Parliament’s Work and Pensions committee Q4 saw members of the trade body sell 21,000 annuities, compared to 19,500 […]
Benjamin Franklin once said, “You may delay but time will not.” How relevant, with such a busy time ahead of us. Next month’s Budget is expected to remove higher rate tax relief from pensions and the FCA is conducting reviews and consultations at a rate I have never seen before. In fact, there is so […]
Jelf Employee Benefits looks at the issue of paying anaesthetist fees when the patient had no chance to discuss or agree to them prior to care; and provides recommendations for avoiding this scenario.
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