A quarterly newsletter with some topical issues. This includes understanding the full impact of fiscal changes on investments as savings and dividends taxes are set to soar this year. Also, the results from a survey on the impact of scrapping the pension Lifetime Allowance (LTA) on people’s retirement plans . The megatrends shaping our future such as AI and EVs is another interesting read. If you wish to discuss anything further, please give us a call.
A quarterly newsletter with a good article about the record breaking year regarding inheritance tax (IHT) as more people pay this tax and another article on the key changes to the pension rules. Also have a read of the article about taking control of your finances, there are some great tips there. If you wish to discuss anything further, please give us a call.
A quarterly newsletter with a great recap of the Spring Budget and IHT liabilities. Worth reading the article on intergenerational financial planning that could be used to have a family discussion on finance. Other good articles on the value of starting a pension at age 18, potentially a great gift idea.
FM’s Financial Planners write their own annual newsletter on a variety of subjects that have been raised by clients as important to them. There are good stats and information on retirement planning plus a more light hearted articles on sports to consider during retirement to keep you active. The interview with Jacqueline Berry on long term care navigation services has great sources of information if you or a family member find themselves in this situation. We’ve even included a piece on the history of Penn Barn, home to one of our offices for the past 17 years. Client Corner always proved to be a popular read, this light-hearted section on how our clients use their spare time in a fascinating range of ways.
A quarterly newsletter with some great articles to kick start the New Year. A focus on the family finances and helping children financially along with other popular topics such as estate planning, tax and retirement.