Woodford Fund Compensation Claims – Losses Mount For Woodford Investors

How much of my Woodford Fund investment could I lose? The recent news that investors in the Woodford Equity Income Fund are forecasted to lose between 32.5% and 42.6% of...


Financial Abuse By Attorneys – What Does It Involve?

The Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) has recently revealed a rise in the number of reports of attorneys inflicting financial abuse on protected parties. A protected party (P) is...


How Much Should You Save For A Pension?

Future events have a habit of feeling very distant, until they arrive and it is easy to put saving for your retirement to the back of your mind, especially if...


Keep It In The Family & Double Up On Your Tax Allowances

Individuals are taxed on their own income and gains, and have their own set of tax allowances. For families, this can lead to allowances being wasted and overall tax bills...


New Initiative Launched By UEFA To Help Footballers Falling Foul Of Negligent Financial Advice

A new course has recently been outlined by UEFA, the governing body for European football, which aims to provide footballers with sound financial advice. The course is called the UEFA...


How Will Brexit Effect My Investment & Retirement Plans?

Leaving the EU is unlikely to change your investments or pension policy. However, investments of any nature carry a risk and values can go down, as well as up. We...


Owning Two Properties – Capital Gains Tax

Owning two properties is becoming increasingly common, as people buy a place in the country, inherit property, buy houses for their children, or couples who each own a property move...


Pensions & Business Expansion Plans

Pensions are rarely thought of when business owners are trying to raise capital to fund expansion plans. However, Self-Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs) and Small Self-Administered Schemes (SSASs) can be very...


Fallout From The Suspension Of The Woodford Fund Engulfs The FCA & Hargreaves Lansdown

The Woodford Fund was suspended on 3 June following a dreadful May, during which the value of the investment management organisation’s assets fell by £560 million, and redemptions reached £190...


Business Loan Insurance Plans – What They Cover & Points To Consider

Many businesses take out loans to start up a company or to expand their operation, and their ability to repay the loan often rests on a few key people. A business...


Court Of Protection – Relatives’ Rights

If one of your relatives lacks mental capacity (usually due to a mental health condition or long term illness), then the Local Authority has a duty of care towards that...


Mid-Sold SIPPs Claims – What Are They?

Self Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs) give people under the age of 75 the opportunity to manage their own pension pots. SIPPs were first introduced thirty years ago in the 1989...