• Why you should plan for the end of the tax year

    Why you should plan for the end of the tax year

    Making plans for the end of the tax year – which is on April 5, with a new tax year starting on April 6 - allows you to make the most of the tax allowances given to you by the government.

  • Top Financial Planning Resolutions For 2022

    Top financial planning resolutions for 2022

    As we welcome a new year, many of us vow to make it a year in which we improve our financial habits. But without a credible plan it is easy to slip back into our old ways without making a real difference.

  • Why The Lords Rejected The Digital Pound

    Why the Lords rejected the digital pound

    Hopes surrounding a new ‘Britcoin’ currency for the UK hang in the balance after the House of Lords decided that was “no convincing case” for a British digital currency.

  • What The New Care Proposals Mean For You

    What the new care proposals mean for you

    The government recently approved new social care funding plans which could see some people able to keep more of their assets despite paying for care. Here are the answers to some of the most frequently-asked questions about the plans.

  • Financial Gifts For Children

    Financial gifts for children

    While it may be exciting for younger recipients to find a parcel under the tree, and teens often appreciate a gift card, considering a longer-term financial gift for younger people may reap dividends for the rest of their lives.

  • Preparing For The Unexpected

    Preparing for the unexpected

    When we are managing our finances, most of us plan for the things that we expect to happen, such as university or school fees, or the need to fund our retirement.

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    Avoid being a victim of a pension scam

    Many of us think that we are too savvy to be a pension scam victim, but the statistics show that it is surprisingly easy for even more sophisticated investors and savers to get caught out.