Additional Articles

26th February 2022

How Rising Inflation is Affecting the Cost of Living in Retirement

With the cost of living having reached its highest recorded level in several decades, inflation has risen significantly. In fact, in early February, the Bank of England warned that inflation could rise above 7 per cent this year, and other private forecasters have agreed. Society in general is set to be widely affected. But how will the increased cost of living in retirement hit pensioners?

18th February 2022

Why Has the Cost of Living Increased in the UK?

In December 2021, after a year of continuous rises, the cost of living hit its highest recorded level in several decades. But what is the reason behind such a stark increase in the average cost of living in the UK, and why has it hit household budgets so hard?

11th February 2022

Estate Planning and COVID-19: How to Use the Situation to Your Advantage

Aside from the opportunity to spend more time with family at home, and not having to commute, there are few positives that have come about following the COVID-19 pandemic. However, in terms of estate planning, there could potentially be a number of ways in which the situation could be used to your advantage, in particular around how you own your assets.

4th February 2022

4 Ways to Make Your Money Work for You

There are various ways in which you can better make your money work for you. Here we are focusing on some of the most straightforward, common-sense strategies that will stand you in good stead generally.

28th January 2022

7 Reasons Why You Need a Financial Adviser

Whether it helps you plan for a more comfortable retirement, protect and build your assets for future use, or assists you in making the most of your savings and investments, financial advice from an independent professional could help secure the long term future of you and your family. Here we look at some of the top reasons why you need a financial adviser.