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New Model Adviser® Top 100 List 2016

For the second year running, we are on the New Model Adviser® Top 100 list for 2016. The list highlights the best independent, fee-based wealth management firms in the UK. For firms to be listed alongside the best, they need to show commitment to the professional, the qualities that… Read More

Autumn Statement – What it Means For You

Last Wednesday (23 November) marked the first Autumn Statement by Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond. It will also be his last, as Mr Hammond announced the Budget will now be in the autumn. There will be a simplified Spring Statement from 2018 onwards. Here are some key pension, savings… Read More

Market Update – November 2016

Market Update – What impact will Mr Trump winning the US election have on the markets? Markets never respond well to change, hence their fall just after Trump’s victory. But the main factor for a strong economy is confidence. When people are confident, they buy new things including houses, cars… Read More

Millions have less than £100 in savings

A recent survey has revealed the startling statistic that over 16 million people in the UK have less than £100 of savings. In five areas of the country – Northern Ireland, the West Midlands, Yorkshire and Humber, North East England and Wales – over 50% of the adult population… Read More

2016’s Top Summer Holiday Destinations

As the warm weather keeps threatening to finally arrive for good, it feels like the perfect time to start thinking about where to go to get away in the summer months. Keep reading to discover our top three destinations for your 2016 holiday. Bordeaux, France – Situated in the area of… Read More

Help To Buy vs Lifetime: Which ISA is best?

Set to be introduced in April 2017, the Lifetime ISA essentially offers an alternative to the Help To Buy ISA. With two competing options on the table, it’s important to know which is best for you and your needs, as whilst they have some similarities, there are also key differences… Read More

June Market Commentary

May was the month when you could be forgiven for thinking that there was only one event in the world that mattered: the continuing debate on the UK’s membership of the EU. But while the claims and counter-claims of Messrs Cameron, Osborne, Johnson and Gove filled the airwaves and dominated… Read More
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