Safeguarding our physical health is naturally top priority, but once all possible steps have been taken here, it might be time to redirect attention to your financial health and turn any additional time to good account.
Investing is far from being just a numbers game, and in fact it is investors’ emotions that are very often their undoing in panic-stricken times, as this behavioural finance expert explains.
Our affluent users have seen that the government is set to both give and take away on the tax front. Media coverage of the growing pension transfer scandal has also driven a significant number of enquiries in recent weeks.
Investors’ paralysis is lifting, but rising geopolitical tensions have put risk – and gold – back in the spotlight. UK IHT rates are also top of the agenda.
The spotlight is once again on fee variation, spiking interest in comparing providers among HNWIs.
Retirement planning is back in the spotlight, with those approaching the lifetime contribution limit and women expressing concerns in particular. Elsewhere, savers are losing their patience with rock-bottom interest rates.