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Inheritance & intergenerational wealth transfer

Have you thought about your kid’s inheritance? £2.8 trillion pounds needs to move from one generation to the next. It’s a challenge we’ve never had to deal with before, with more people turning 65 every year for the next decade than ever before. Thinking about retirement, legacy, leaving money to your children is something you […]

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Helping women improve their financial confidence

At a glance Some women lack confidence when it comes to money and this can have a big impact on their wellbeing, preventing financial independence and hindering their ability to plan for the future. This lack of confidence can be due to their upbringing and emotional connections to money. To regain a sense of financial […]

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Protect your income – and your family’s future

At a glance: The majority of women have no income-protection insurance, meaning they could be financially vulnerable in the event of sickness or injury Employer sick-pay schemes aren’t guaranteed, and statutory sick pay could still leave many households struggling to pay the bills An adviser can explain the different levels of income-protection insurance and help […]

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Should you start a pension for your child?

The cost of raising children has often been a pressure point for family finances, and the COVID-19 pandemic has only made many budgets even tighter. Loughborough University’s Centre for Research in Social Policy has quantified the cost to couples of bringing up a child from birth to the age of 18 as just over £150,000, […]

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How to reduce inheritance tax

You may want to leave an inheritance to your loved ones when you die, but how much you leave and how much tax they’ll have to pay depends on how you manage your assets in the years before you pass. Through careful inheritance tax planning you could reduce your inheritance tax bill significantly – many […]

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Why women need to work harder for their retirement

Life expectancy is increasing, and more people are living to age 100. People typically spend 20 to 30 years in retirement, sometimes longer, and so retirement funds need to stretch further than ever before. With odds stacked against them, women are likely to be worse off in retirement than men. Women are far less likely […]

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