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Steady ahead - the second budget of 2017

It’s that time of year again, so what financial resolutions should you be making? New Year resolutions have a tendency not to last very long. By the time the festive season finally ends and the decorations are put away, the eat less/drink less/exercise more resolutions have often also disappeared. For 2018, why not adopt a different type of resolution – a financial one?

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Steady ahead - the second budget of 2017

It’s that time of year again, so what financial resolutions should you be making? New Year resolutions have a tendency not to last very long. By the time the festive season finally ends and the decorations are put away, the eat less/drink less/exercise more resolutions have often also disappeared. For 2018, why not adopt a different type of resolution – a financial one?

Elections, Bills and Budgets: a new course?

Thousands of people are transferring out of final salary pensions in order to get their hands on a significant cash fund. Once the decision is made, however, it can’t be reversed, so it is crucial to make sure you get the right advice.

Budget tax changes: set for a comeback?

Several important changes to tax and benefits were introduced at the beginning of 2017/18. It makes sense to review your financial planning regularly to make sure it's still fully effective.

Your year end checklist: time to focus

Philip Hammond’s first – and last – spring Budget on Wednesday 8 March could make early tax year end planning all the more important in 2017. And more...

Finding income: a tricky savings climate

Real interest rates may not rise much above 1% – even in the longer term according to the Bank of England. If the Bank is right about this, where can investors find income now? And more...

Pensions freedom - drawing from your pension

The changes revealed a little over two years ago in the 2014 Budget were described by some retirement planning experts as a pensions revolution. The radical proposals came as a surprise and were designed to alter the retirement landscape by breaking the link between pensions and annuities. And more...

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