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Our educational hub explores topics across the landscape of wealth management and financial planning.

Exploring the future – retirement with Baroness Ros Altmann

As wealth managers, we think about the future – whether it’s helping our clients to plan for old age or investing in companies that will still be profitable in 30 years’ time.

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Boost your pension by making use of unused pension allowance

In this article we talk about how to maximise your personal pension tax relief, check your unused pension allowance and follow the pension carry forward rules. 

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Will I run out of money? How does cash flow modelling work?
15 October 2019 in Retirement planning, Wealth planning

Nero Patel, Senior Wealth Adviser, explains how sensible cash flow modelling can help you to achieve your later-life goals. He presents a relatable case study, demonstrating how a financial planner can make your plans attainable rather than leaving things to chance.

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Are you putting too much into your pension and risk being (tax) penalised?

There is a limit to how much you can save into your pension tax-free over your lifetime, known as the lifetime allowance (LTA). It’s been controversial because the government has steadily reduced the limit down from £1.8m in 2012. From this April 2019, the limit will be £1.055m.

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When should I start planning for retirement?

We consider the facts and figures, and provide some top tips to help you on your way to a comfortable retirement.

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Financial planning tips for the new tax year - spring clean your finances

April: the first full month of spring, and a great time for financial planning tips. With January’s resolutions now a distant memory, this is an ideal time to spring clean your finances, make use of new tax allowances and start the new financial year on the right foot.

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IMPORTANT: Investment involves risk. The value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

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