Originally published on FTAdviser.com Financial advice is “intrinsically linked” to improved mental health, a study has found. Nearly three quarters (74 per cent) of UK adults who have sought regulated financial advice are more likely to have average or above average mental health, according to research conducted by HSBC’s insurance business. Of those who don’t […]
The Pension Schemes Act 2021 imposes several stringent measures designed to safeguard funds. Chief among them is a new onus on trustee boards to play a stronger role in this effort. Originally published in The Sunday Times, written by Simon Brooke The UK seems to legislate on pensions with metronomic regularity, with a new act [...]
Originally published at brewin.co.uk Many people vastly underestimate the cost of raising a child. Plan now to avoid nasty surprises scuppering your finances. Raising a child is one of the most rewarding things you can do in life – but it can also be eye-wateringly expensive. We all know things like childcare, private school and [...]
We've all had a chance to reflect on the things that are important to us. How have your goals changed recently? Nick talks to Steve Hudson, Independent Financial Adviser, about why now could be a good time to review your finances.
Originally published at 7IM.co.uk. 7IM is an investment manager partner of Wren Sterling. In this article they explain why enthusiasm for cryptocurrencies is inherently psychological and why 7IM has not bought in so far. In the first quarter of 2021, the price of Bitcoin rose from $29,250 to $58,960 – up just over 100%. Anyone [...]
As the dust settles on Rishi Sunak’s March Budget, we reflected on the key outcomes for our clients, both individually and for the companies that we advise. In this video, Phil Jenkins and Paul Mitchell, Chartered Financial Planner and Director of Corporate Solutions, respectively, run through measures including: The freezing of the lifetime allowance Freezing [...]