What increase in standard lifetime allowance means for clients with fixed protection Mindy has had income for the last three tax years of around £38,000 from her tailoring alterations business. She plans to sell the business and take her pension benefits to fund her day-to-day living expenses when she reaches her 60th birthday in August. […]
Beaufort Group is planning to add three more firms to its network with one deal expected to finalise next week. Chief executive Andrew Bennett says the other two small to medium-sized firms are expected to join “imminently”. In January, Beaufort Group added Statehouse Group as an appointed representative. The firm is now called Beaufort Financial […]
In an increasingly outcome-driven world, do not put all your eggs in one basket this Easter. Everyone should understand the old adage that putting all your eggs in one basket tends to be a more risky strategy. Diversifying across a range of asset types, geographies, investment managers and securities is a sensible way to go. […]
The advice sector can learn from medicine’s centuries of experience: untested strategies are dangerous
Written by Mike Riddell One of the current big debates in global financial markets is whether investors should believe ‘hard’ rather than ‘soft’ data, where the usually reliable business and consumer surveys have been suggesting strengthening in global growth momentum for some time now, while the economic data that feeds through into the Gross Domestic […]
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