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Residence nil-rate band - will it benefit you?

Residence nil-rate band - will it benefit you?

Story 14/08/19

This additional threshold could relieve the burden of inheritance tax for many families, but it's subject to a number of rules. Do you know whether the residence nil-rate band applies to you?

If I need long-term care, how will I fund it?

If I need long-term care, how will I fund it?

Story 07/08/19

Previously, we talked about what long-term care is and how you can start planning for it. Now, we look at the funding options available for you to consider when it comes to long-term care planning.

Thinking about long-term care planning

Thinking about long-term care planning

Story 02/08/19

As you approach retirement, thinking about your long-term care needs is important. Planning now and thinking ahead could save you from worrying later.

Caring for elderly parents? Here's what you need to know

Caring for elderly parents? Here's what you need to know

Story 22/07/19

Taking care of elderly parents can be extremely rewarding, and it’s important you know what to do when you get there. Setting up a power of attorney could be an important starting point.

Monthly economic commentary: July 2019

Monthly economic commentary: July 2019

Commentary 18/07/19

Our chief economist discusses how slowing growth and below-target inflation could lead to central banks loosening monetary policy in the coming weeks - albeit, the UK interest rate outlook remains dependent on Brexit.

Investment & advice fees – do you know what you’re paying for?

Investment & advice fees – do you know what you’re paying for?

Story 11/07/19

With a greater focus on tackling fee transparency as a priority, we carried out research on the fees landscape and the future of the advice market. Read our report here.

School fee planning - what do I need to know?

School fee planning - what do I need to know?

Story 10/07/19

Funding your child or grandchild’s education may seem expensive at first, but with the right planning, it can be done. We look at the options you could consider.

Is buying your child a student home the right decision?

Is buying your child a student home the right decision?

Story 03/07/19

Amongst student living costs, accommodation tends to be the biggest one. Some parents help out by buying a house for their child, but is this the right thing to do?

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