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Archive for March, 2016

Income matters

Facing retirement with an annual income shortfall of £12,600! The UK’s mass affluent investors[1] face an average annual income shortfall of £12,610 in retirement. This jumps to a staggering £28,000 shortfall among the mass affluent millennial population, according to the BlackRock Investor Pulse survey.

Enter the Dragon

Views from investment company managers on China The Chinese New Year, also known as ‘Spring Festival’ in China, is China’s most important traditional festival. The 2016 Chinese New Year, ‘The Year of the Monkey’, commenced on Monday 8 February. Monkeys in the Chinese zodiac are ‘clever, mischievous and curious’, so we’ll have to see if […]

Navigating uncharted waters

The impact of further pension changes on the horizon from this April Pensions have been transformed by the arrival of freedom reforms on 6 April 2015 which now give much greater flexibility over what you can do with your pension pot. The new freedoms mean you can enjoy far greater choice on how you spend and […]

Tax Planning

Optimising your tax position is paramount in the run-up to the financial year end Taxes, as we know, are one of the two great inevitables in life. As the UK tax system continues to grow ever more complex, and with more responsibility being placed on the individual to get their own tax right, ensuring that […]

Tax-efficient investments

Options to minimise how much tax you pay By understanding which investments are the most tax-efficient, you can make the most of your options to minimise how much tax you pay. As well as deciding what to invest in, you need to think about how you’re going to hold your investments. Choosing tax-efficient investments will […]

Retirement booster

Now is the time to make smart year-end retirement planning decisions Time is ticking away to make smart year-end retirement planning decisions. It’s common knowledge that increasing our retirement savings will better prepare us for retirement. But in addition to saving for retirement, it’s also important to maximise on other ways to improve our retirement finances […]

Future gazing

Will you be able to afford the retirement lifestyle you want? One of the key challenges some people face is imagining a retirement which may be decades away. As individuals take on more responsibility for their retirement, a clear idea of what they can expect from the State Pension and their own savings becomes ever […]

Beat the ISA deadline

One of the most valuable tools available to investors focused on wealth creation for the long term Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) are one of the most valuable tools available to investors focused on wealth creation for the long term. There is no tax on interest payments, no higher-rate tax on dividend payments from 6 April […]

Financial resilience

Providing a valuable safety net for you or your family should you become ill or die If you became sick or injured, how would you meet your monthly financial commitments or even your medical bills as you recover? Protection insurance can be a valuable safety net for you or your family should you become ill […]

Keeping it in the family

ISA subscriptions now available to a surviving spouse Last year, the Chancellor announced a significant change to Individual Savings Account (ISA) inheritance rules – a change that has the potential to improve the situation of around 150,000 widows or widowers a year.

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