Savings
March 24, 2020

What Does The New 0.1% Rate Mean For Savers? 3>

The week commencing on March the 9th 2020 has been an eventful one. On the 11th the new Chancellor released his debut Budget to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic, and beforehand the Bank of England (BoE)…
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Savings
July 9, 2019

A Short Guide to Different ISA Types 3>

ISAs (Individual Savings Accounts) are commonly heard about, but not always understood. Introduced in 1999 by the UK government, they are intended to encourage individuals and families to save by offering a tax-free “wrapper” for…
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Savings
June 7, 2019

Planning Your Future Care Costs: A Short Guide 3>

In 2014 it was estimated that about 350,000 people in England lived in residential care, yet studies suggest that the UK will need almost 200,000 more care home beds by 2035. Considering the UK has…
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Financial Advice in Lincoln - a guide to life assurance
Savings
October 19, 2018

How to Help Your Grandchildren’s Financial Future: 4 Tips From an Independent Financial Adviser (IFA) 3>

If you are a grandparent, it is possible you might be in a better position to provide financial help, guidance and teaching for your grandchildren than their parents can. If you’re wondering how best to…
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Big Ben - Financial Advisor in Lincoln discusses the new Spring budget
PensionsSavings
April 5, 2017

Spring Budget: How Could it Affect your Savings and Pensions? 3>

Chancellor Philip Hammond recently announced plans for the Spring budget, as part of these plans new rules on pensions, individual savings accounts (ISAs), income tax and inheritance tax (IHT) are set to come into force…
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Independent Financial Adviser in Lincoln discusses nest eggs
Savings
March 13, 2017

Build a Nest Egg for when your Children need it 3>

The thought of a child flying the coop and leaving the family home can be a daunting thought for parents, with many asking how will their fledgling cope financially. Parents and family members often do…
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Savings
April 19, 2016

(N)ISA and easy? Individual Savings Accounts (ISA) – a brief summary 3>

Cash ISA: 2016/17 limit £15,240; £20,000 from 2017/18. Stocks & Shares ISA: as above (can hold Alternative Investment Market based investments and gain exemption from inheritance tax after 2 years. AIM investments are high risk).…
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