We are now in the last three months of the tax year (tax years end on 5th April). Now’s the time to think of the financial planning that you might wish to carry out before that deadline. We have set out below five tax year-end financial planning ideas that you may wish to consider.
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We know making a Will can be daunting so we have put together some top tips on making a Will to help you prepare for your phone / online video appointment.
Are you wondering how to get your Will signed and witnessed? This article explains the law and how you can sign your Will at a safe social distance.
Is equity release right for me? Over 65’s have five times more wealth in their home than their pension. Equity release can be a way of funding retirement. This article explains what equity release is and factors to consider.
Do you have a frozen pension? Here is a simple guide to explain what a frozen pension is and what you should do about it.
A good financial adviser works for you in your best interests. Here is a six-point guide to what to expect from a good financial adviser.
This article explains why landlords need a Lasting Power of Attorney and the legal and financial problems that can arise without it.
If you are making a Will for the first time, you are likely to have plenty of questions. Here are some Frequently Asked Questions to help you prepare.
Knowing how to sign your Will correctly is important to ensure it is legal and that you avoid costly mistakes for your family.
This article explains how to sign your Will and who should act as a witness.
Do you know the difference between an executor and attorney? Read on to see how the roles of executor and attorney differ and who can do what and when.
Here are ten ways that trusts can help families to protect and preserve their inheritance.