Investment managers consider political risk when making investments. At the moment there’s a lot of talk on both sides of the Brexit argument about the potential impact of the UK leaving the EU either with or without a deal…
In recent years final salary pension schemes have been phased out by employers because people are living for longer and the uncrystallised liabilities are wreaking havoc with corporate balance sheets. Robert Blumberger explains why this is happening and sounds a cautionary note for those attracted to the idea of transferring.
What does the executor need to do next? How do you register a death? How do you obtain probate? All this, and more about the costs associated with passing on an estate from Wren Sterling’s Head of Later Life Advice.
Now that contributing to employee’s pension is compulsory to compliance, the importance is shifting to not only providing a workplace pension – but to providing a great workplace pension. Find out more about the importance of pension scheme governance.
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 outlines best practice for starting a new business and sheds light on the technology simplifying accountancy for business owners.
Can I make gifts as a Power of Attorney? It’s a common question, and the answer is yes – but there are strict rules to be adhered to. Neil MacGillivray, Head Of Technical Support at James Hay explains.
Disputes over matrimonial assets, arrangements for children, or in situations where parties are not married; in these scenarios Claire Colbert, Family Lawyer at Freeths explains the options available to parties hoping to resolve financial disputes.