12 Key Guides
We developed these guides to address the key areas that our clients will need to consider when they’re planning for their future.
The guides cover the broader issues; we’re happy to discuss any of these subject areas with you and how they relate to your individual circumstances.
Business Succession Planning
If you are a business owner, business succession planning and insurance is important. It is quite simply the process of planning for what you want to happen if you (or co-owner) were to die or fall seriously ill.
Drawing from your pension
As far as possible, you should build flexibility into any plans you make. As expert financial advisers, we are well versed in the many complexities of retirement planning. Get in touch to see how we can help.
Life insurance protection underpins most good financial planning. The right insurance can ensure that if the worst should happen, the right amount of money will reach the right hands at the right time.
Investing for Children
Most parents want to help their children financially, whether it is making sure there is enough money for their education or helping them to buy a property.
Investing for Income
There comes a time when you stop working for your money and put your money to work for you. For most people, that is retirement.
Investment planning is now more of a science, rather than an art. Technology, ever-increasing investment opportunities and stricter regulation have all encouraged the more scientific approach.
Key Stages of financial planning
The aim of this guide is to explain the process in general terms and what financial planning can achieve for you. Some of the important recent changes to pensions and ISAs have made the need for financial planning even more crucial.
While the thought of going abroad to work or retire may be exciting, the months before departure may be stressful.
Pensions & Tax
If you want to reduce the amount of tax you pay, then the solution is in your own hands. Thinking and planning ahead could help you to lessen the rising tax burden.
Tax on Investments
The taxation of investments has never been a simple matter. In recent years it has become more complex as successive governments have chosen to tax different sources of investment income in different ways.
Automatic enrolment has ‘changed the UK workplace forever,’ according to the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association. Over six million people have started to save via a workplace pension as a result.
Yours & ours
For many people, estate planning is pushed to the bottom of the ‘do later’ list, like tax returns. Estate planning is also a subject that requires you to contemplate your own demise and none of us expect to pass away tomorrow, so deferral easily sets in.