Investor Insight Spring 2018

The latest quarterly market commentary is now available. After an almost perfect year for returns in 2017, markets were ripe for a correction and increased volatility, and this came in spades in Q1. Download to read more or watch the video.

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Updated for 2018: Retirement planning guide

Financial wellbeing in retirement is important. Download our free guide designed to help you understand your options and start preparing for the retirement you want.

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Spring Statement 2018

Read our summary of the highlights of the Chancellor's latest statement.

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Financial wellbeing

Financial wellbeing

The missing piece of wellbeing strategies

We are proud to partner with the CIPD to explore financial wellbeing in the workplace, from both employer and employee perspectives. Click below to find out more about the costs of poor financial wellbeing and what you can do about it.

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Updated: Inheritance Tax and estate planning guide

We have updated our free guide on IHT: the main exemptions, the reliefs, the importance of making a will and more.

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Latest news

  • Why bespoke planning beats off-the-peg

    08 Dec

    Because no two investors are alike, it pays to have an investment portfolio tailor-made to your requirements.

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  • The lifetime allowance - don’t forget age 75 issues

    24 Nov

    With the level of the lifetime allowance at an all-time low it is becoming more of a problem for the average client. Add to that the new found love of drawdown over annuities and we have issues now that many of us would never have had to worry about. Those in drawdown need to carefully manage their funds to ensure that they don’t run out of money, but be too careful and it could result in a lifetime allowance charge.

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  • The psychology of investment

    09 Nov

    Psychology teaches us that humans are imperfect information processors who are subject to bias, error and perceptual illusions. Surely it is to be expected, then, that our investment decisions should also be subject to bias, error and perceptual illusions? The theory of behavioural finance would argue that this is so, with the central lesson being that psychology actually permeates the entire financial landscape.

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