FCA concerns over non-advised pension drawdown?

A recent report produced by the FCA explains ‘33% of non-advised drawdown consumers are wholly holding cash. Holding cash may suit consumers planning to draw down their entire pot over … Continue reading “FCA concerns over non-advised pension drawdown?”

Find out more

Let’s talk about Rainy Day Funds

What is a Rainy Day Fund? The main purpose of a Rainy Day Fund is to cover one-off unexpected expenses. For example, replacing your car tyres or paying for a … Continue reading “Let’s talk about Rainy Day Funds”

Find out more

Pension contributions… are they more relevant than ever?

Final salary (defined benefit) pension schemes are often seen as being very generous, however, most schemes are now closed to new members – building your pension via a defined contribution … Continue reading “Pension contributions… are they more relevant than ever?”

Find out more

Retirement Planning: how much is too much, how little is too little?

Retirement Planning: how much is too much, how little is too little? Retirement used to be about working to your State Pension age (SPA) – the earliest age you can … Continue reading “Retirement Planning: how much is too much, how little is too little?”

Find out more

Benefits of an Investment Platform

Most of our clients have a unique set of circumstances that drives them towards financial advice, however, there is usually a shared objective – simplicity. This is where an investment … Continue reading “Benefits of an Investment Platform”

Find out more

Topping up the new state pension

Half a million workers short-changed by changes to the state pension will be able to top up at “bargain rates” over the next five years, according to research released by … Continue reading “Topping up the new state pension”

Find out more