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Archive for December, 2013

Is your nest egg cracked?

Making sufficient financial preparations for the future Retirement savings have plummeted among those aged 55-64 over the past year as the cost of living continues to rise, according to Aviva’s latest Real Retirement Report.

Navigating a shifting landscape

Prioritising short-term needs as opposed to long-term goals Recent years have brought tremendous change around the globe, change that affects us all. People are trying to navigate this shifting landscape, but it’s not easy.

In sickness or in wealth

Could you lose thousands from your wages due to sickness? A new report unveiled by LV= reveals that the average Briton spends almost a year (360 days) off sick. With on average 252 days in a working year, this equates to almost a year and a half of their working life.

Make the most of every available tax-planning opportunity

You’d better get your skates on with the end of tax year fast approaching No one likes to pay more tax than they have to but one of the challenges of wealth is the high taxation it attracts. With real-terms tax increases the prospect for the foreseeable future the pressure is on to make the […]

Cashing in on alternatives in 2014

Taking a step up the risk ladder means assessing your appetite for risk It has been a torrid time for cash savers over the past five years. The Bank of England Base Rate has been on hold at its 300-year low of 0.5% since March 2009. Although there have been murmurings of a possible rise […]

Its good to talk

Don’t leave tricky money conversations hanging in the air this New Year The Family Financial Tree report from Standard Life looked at the family money tree over four generations and makes some surprising findings. It reveals how families collectively manage and have talked about their personal finances.

Desperately Seeking income

Yields have dropped across the asset classes, except for equities He may only have been in the job for just over six months, but Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England, has already signalled his intention to do things differently and this is most noticeable in his concept of ‘forward guidance’.

Will you be affected by the impending new lifetime allowance limit changes

Thousands of pension savers could be impacted by unless they act swiftly If you are making high levels of pension contributions you will need to obtain professional financial advice to make sure that you know whether you will be affected by the impending new lifetime allowance (LTA) limit changes. Thousands of pension savers could be […]

Will you enjoy your retirement?

How to improve your golden years no matter what your current stage of life Retirement may seem a long way off for you at the moment but that doesn’t mean you should forget about it. Consider our tips, which could help you increase your retirement income – no matter what your current stage of life […]

What to consider if you are approaching your retirement

Sooner or later we will retire, and the decisions we make today are the ones that will determine the standard of living we will enjoy in the future. If you are approaching your retirement there are some very important choices you need to make that will determine how much income you live on once retired.

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