Five pillars of good financial planning

Five pillars of good financial planning

People tend to focus on the investments side of the wealth management equation, but a sound financial plan should really be your starting point. Everything follows from knowing what you are investing for, when you need results and what it will take to achieve your goals.

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Lay your financial fears to rest this festive season

Lay your financial fears to rest this festive season

The ending of a year and the chance for contemplation means December is the ideal time to take financial stock. Consider how your situation and aims have evolved in light of the following five ways you can make your wealth work harder in 2019.

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Great expectations: is your family heading for an inheritance fall?

Great expectations: is your family heading for an inheritance fall?

Wealth planning and inheritance are fraught with complexity, and there is great need for families to air issues around amounts, timings and tax as early as possible to ensure the wellbeing of all their members.

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The money complexities facing modern families

The money complexities facing modern families

Same-sex partnerships, adoption and surrogacy create many wealth management complexities, particularly around tax, inheritance and domicile, that all HNWIs should be aware of.

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Which Are the Best-Paying Degree Courses?

Which Are the Best-Paying Degree Courses?

Students – and parents – want to maximise the return on their investment when it comes to higher education, making knowing the best-paid degrees a wise move.

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Think Carefully Before Becoming the “Bank of Mum and Dad”

Think Carefully Before Becoming the “Bank of Mum and Dad”

Helping family onto the property ladder is now the norm, but it is essential to understand the implications of all your options.

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Self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs) – A quick guide

Self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs) – A quick guide

This guide explains the key benefits – and challenges – of investing via a SIPP and outlines when the affluent might need to take professional advice.

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Why you could benefit from a family investment company

Why you could benefit from a family investment company

Why Family Investment Companies are an increasingly common wealth structuring tool, which have protection built in.

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Why footballers so often miss the mark on managing wealth

Why footballers so often miss the mark on managing wealth

Footballers, like other sportspeople, have unique earnings patterns – a potentially a very long retirement – which makes professional wealth advice incredibly important for them.

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