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Need a mortgage? Look no further, we’ve now got the answer

We are big believers in the benefits of specialising in certain areas of financial advice. For us that means pensions, especially SIPPs and final salary, working with people at, or around retirement, and, of course investments. We have never given mortgage advice and don’t plan to ...

Are you prepared for a rainy day?

Harold Wilson once said: “I’m an optimist, but an optimist that carries a raincoat.” Planning for a financial rainy day is important for a number of reasons. Unexpected costs, as the name suggests, don’t give you a great deal of warning, and have a nasty habit ...

How to be a full-time parent with a full-time pension

Imagine working 168 hours a week with no lunch breaks and very little holiday. It should, in theory, mean that you can retire early and comfortably, right? Unfortunately, for the many stay-at-home parents in the UK, this simply isn’t the case. Research shows that full-time mothers ...

Pension and dividend tax changes dropped as election looms

Confusion reigned this week as the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, revealed that two measures previously announced in his Budget will not go ahead. For now, anyway. Mr Hammond’s Budget, delivered in early March, will be remembered for the proposed National Insurance rise for self-employed workers. A few days later, ...

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‘Triple lock’ – how what who why when?

‘Triple lock’. Triple-lock. Triple lock. “Triple lock?”. It’s a term that most are uncertain of the exact phrasing, so it’s not surprising that many aren’t totally sure what it is. For some, it’s got something to do with the basic State Pension, and for others it’s ...

One in three savers doesn’t know how to fight inflation – are you one of them?

New research commissioned by Zurich suggests that just over a third of savers are unsure of how to protect their money against rising inflation. The survey was carried out by YouGov, and asked 4,000 UK adults what they thought the best way to beat inflation was. ...

Number of landlords quitting Buy-to-Let market increases by 25%

Research from ARLA (The Association of Residential Lettings Agents) Propertymark suggests that the number of landlords quitting the Buy-to-Let sector is increasing, with a 25% rise in the last month. Changes to stamp duty and tax relief are continuing to cool the market, with a survey ...

Record 22% housing market share for first-time buyers

First-time buyers took a record 22% share of the housing market in the fourth quarter of 2016, the highest since records began in 2007. A press release from the Bank of England published on the 14th of March shows that the percentage of first-time buyers ...