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Retirement options for high income earners

Retirement options for high income earners

In this world of ours very little stands still. The same can be said for the pensions landscape, as rule changes over the years have made retirement options for high income earners harder and harder to navigate. High earners are faced with even more restrictions and...

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Don’t experiment with your investments

Don’t experiment with your investments

Don’t experiment with your investments Product providers may lure investors with the promise of glittering returns and market outperformance. In reality, only a few achieve this. We believe investors are better served aiming for realistic and consistent long-term...

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Saving the planet with our savings

Saving the planet with our savings

A more sustainable approach to investing is gaining momentum, moving from a niche, bespoke area to a more mainstream investment. It’s called ESG investing - the Environmental, Social and Governance factors that some Managers now consider when building a more...

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Bring your cash ISAs to life

Bring your cash ISAs to life

Millions of pounds still sit inside cash ISAs earning poor rates of return and this situation is unlikely to change in the foreseeable future. The question is, was it a mistake by investing in the first place? The answer in many cases is no. The reason is having the...

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Investing for children

Investing for children

A case of tax efficiency versus control We have a silly phrase we use with clients which is: ‘don’t let the tax wag the dog’. The words don’t make a lot of sense but somehow the meaning is generally understood, and we use it frequently when talking about investing for...

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Saying a little prayer

Saying a little prayer

This may be of little help if your loved one dies without a will… Aretha Franklin, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Marley, Amy Winehouse and Prince are some celebrities who have died intestate. It is a common misconception that if you die without a Will, your closest relatives will...

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Buckinghamshire Building Society

Buckinghamshire Building Society

Being independent allows Financial Management to continue to form new professional partnerships to ensure we meet all our client’s financial needs and allowing us to provide bespoke, often preferential, terms for our clients. We are delighted to announce we have...

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Savers should plot their escape from zombie funds?

Savers should plot their escape from zombie funds?

Over many years there has been a huge reduction in the number of product providers within the financial services industry, one of the major drivers for this has been the offloading existing policies by large insurance companies who have decided that these clients no...

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How fm can help make your life better

How fm can help make your life better

We believe the best way we can help the happiness and financial health of our clients is by helping them to create a plan focused on their life goals. A recent survey by psychologist Robert Epstein found that 25% of our happiness hinges on how well we’re able to...

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How to recognise a financial scam

How to recognise a financial scam

UK fraud prevention groups are warning individuals to be extra vigilant following a huge increase in the number of scams seeking to exploit the pandemic. As these scams increase in sophistication, we are all vulnerable. Fraudsters can be articulate and financially...

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Budgeting for retirement

Budgeting for retirement

“Many of our clients have been with us for decades. We have helped them through the evolution of their pension schemes, from inception to maturity. We understand each stage and the associated responsibilities.” Philip Harper Financial Planner If you’re prepared...

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How close are you to achieving your retirement goals?

How close are you to achieving your retirement goals?

Download Your Retirement Options Factsheet via www.fmifa.com or contact us to discuss your retirement planning with our Lifestyle Cash flow modelling. We also move from a position saving for the future, to spending now and watching our savings reduce to fund our...

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Are homes now retirement cash machines?

Are homes now retirement cash machines?

Remember when a mobile phone was just that: a mobile phone? When it didn’t connect us to the internet, act as our diary or tell us when the next train is due? Much like our mobiles, the retirement world has changed. The old established view that our income in...

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How can I boost my state pension?

How can I boost my state pension?

"Regardless of whether you're under the old or new state pension system there are ways you can boost the amount of state pension you'll receive. However, they need to be considered carefully." The new 'flat-rate' state pension was ushered in on 6 April 2016, affecting...

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Ten lessons to teach your children about money

Ten lessons to teach your children about money

When it comes to teaching your children about money there are some lessons that can’t be taught in the classroom. During global lockdown, this may be a good opportunity for them to learn about managing their finances. 1.Budget to saveToday’s school-age children are...

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Navigating the turbulent seas of fortune

Navigating the turbulent seas of fortune

Anyone who reads the papers knows that the world’s economies are going through a period of uncertainty. It’s natural at these times for some investors to get twitchy, which only serves to make the situation even less predictable. The truth is that share prices...

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Not all gifts at Christmas need to be wrapped up

Not all gifts at Christmas need to be wrapped up

A common question from our clients: If I give money to my children, will they be taxed on it? There is a misconception that you cannot give more than £3,000 in any tax year, but this is not the case. The fact is you can give any amount without triggering any kind of...

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