Will Interest Rates Now Rise?

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UK economy can handle a rise in interest rates   Kristin Forbes news story-482×271 Delaying a rise in the official UK interest rate is no longer necessary, despite concerns from the Bank of England (BoE) about the nation’s economic recovery. Kristin Forbes, an MIT professor and external member of the BoE’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC), […]

Pension Woes for Tata Steel Workers

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Tata Steel tries to Shed Pensions for Port Talbot Steel Workers Tata Steel has offered to pay hundreds of millions” of pounds to its 130,000 member-strong pension scheme in the UK to facilitate a merger of its European steel business with German steel giant ThyssenKrupp according to a recent media report. “We are in meaningful […]

What is an Equity Release Mortgage

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What is Equity Release? A rising number of people are turning to equity release, to free up property wealth in retirement without having to leave their homes. An equity release mortgage is a means of releasing some of the value of your home without selling it. You can chose to take a lump sum or an […]

Importance of Protecting Your Family’s Inheritance

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Inheritance Tax Planning Protecting your estate is ultimately about securing more of your wealth for your loved ones and planning for what will happen after your death to make the lives of your loved ones much easier. Download our guide on inheritance tax planning to ensure that you do all you can to get your […]

Buy to Let and Brexit

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With the recent Brexit result, speculation has been rife on what the future holds for the housing market. Our industry has made their predictions, but the real truth is that no one knows what will happen. Whilst we wait for our Political leaders to get their ducks in a row, we wanted to let you […]

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Get Your Boss To Pay Your Pension

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For years industry experts have been holding their metaphorical public pension banners, decrying the fact that the End will soon be nigh for the government pension pot, and foretelling of potentially Armageddon like doom. Of course private pensions have always been available, but without forcing employees into such schemes uptake levels were either low, or […]