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Best practice in running a business, key financial reports and cloud efficiencies

in Corporate, Financial education, Partners, Thought leadership
A growing trend in working life is for people to begin businesses later on in life, sometimes to phase their retirement or to earn extra income in retirement. Steve Blissett of Rodliffe Accounting, a London-based firm specialising in small business accounting, outlines best practice for starting a new business and sheds light on the technology [...]

Cashflow planning: visualising financial journeys

in Financial advice, Financial education, Investments, Later life, Retirement planning
Cashflow planning is a bit of a buzz phrase around financial planning at the moment as advisers seek to show clients how their financial journey will unfold if it continues its current trajectory or with positive and negative impacts. In my mind, cashflow planning is simply showing whether a client’s objectives are attainable using current [...]

Living the Future Life – should we be planning to live to 100?

in Financial advice, Later life, Retirement planning, Thought leadership
Increasing life expectancy is one of the biggest challenges facing pension providers and financial advisers. It presents unique challenges to our assumptions, habits and everyday spending decisions. A fascinating report called Living the Future Life by the Pension Policy Institute looks into the impact of living longer on four key areas; housing, work and skills, [...]

Why the triennial re-enrolment point is the right time to review your pension scheme

in Auto Enrolment, Corporate, Employee benefits, Thought leadership
Bramwell Towse, Director of Corporate Solutions at Wren Sterling, describes what he has seen in the market as employers consider the suitability of their scheme at the triennial re-enrolment point The triennial re-enrolment of auto enrolment schemes is naturally leading to employers questioning the scheme that was put in place first time around. For the [...]