Receive £100 in M&S Vouchers when you buy a Funeral Plan

The passing of a loved-one is obviously a very daunting and emotional time for family and friends. For those responsible for arranging and paying for the funeral, discovering their loved-one had the foresight to take out a funeral plan goes an enormous way towards alleviating their sense of pain and distress.

Money paid into your […]

1st May, 2018|Offers|

Why should I… make a Lasting Power of Attorney?

Nobody likes to think about a loved one suffering from dementia, but failing to plan ahead could make a bad situation even worse.

One in three British people over the age of 65 will be diagnosed with some form of dementia and the numbers are rising.

As well as drawing up a will, you should consider setting […]

15th September, 2016|News|

How are you planning to pay for long-term care?

The funding of long-term care is becoming a major political issue, but for many families it is already a burning personal issue. It is estimated that more than 20,000 a year are forced to sell their homes to pay for care (Source: www.adviceoncare.co.uk – January 2013) and that number could be on the increase […]

30th June, 2014|News|

HMRC Crackdown On Tax Avoidance

HMRC is ratcheting up its crack down on people who try to avoid paying tax. It is spreading its net wide. From plumbers, to restaurant owners, to private tutors, to offshore investors, few appear safe as HMRC bids to narrow the so-called tax gap – the difference between tax collected and the tax they […]

29th May, 2014|News|

Brave New World

Spring Budgets have had little to promise or offer UK savers and investors in recent years, apart from setting out the depth of the economic challenge ahead for the coalition government. Only last year, the mood was subdued, with talk of a potential triple dip into recession and a long and bumpy road to […]

29th April, 2014|News|

Make the right ISA choice

Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) remain an important building block in helping create capital and income for the future and since their launch in 1999, when they replaced Personal Equity Plans (PEPs) and Tax-Exempt Special Savings Accounts (TESSAs), the popular personal finance vehicle has gone some way to address the shortcomings in the UK’s savings […]

28th March, 2014|News|