The Chancellor of the Exchequer, the eurozone, unemployment & ‘gas fracking’!
Given current life expectancy, if everybody just handed down their family wealth to the next generation at death, hardly anyone would receive a financial boost until they were well into middle age.
Each year all UK residents aged 18 or over (16 for cash ISA) are given a new allowance but if unused, it is lost. With only a few weeks to go unti the deadline for ISA subscriptions to be used for 11/12 – please contact us today if you would like to discuss where best to invest using your ISA allowance.
Ed was back in the press last week, this time talking with the METRO about the ethical fund industry. We took this story to the newspaper a few weeks ago and suggested they might be interested to hear about the top ten holdings of many ethical funds.
The OECD believe that the long awaited ‘double dip’ will eventually show up next year, fuelled in no small part by the troubles in Europe and the rolling cuts by Mr Osborne and friends….
Although there is a restriction on the permitted amount invested in tax-free products, a number of ways exist to make the most of this allowance.
Shares and bonds are two of the main investment vehicles, so we’ve taken a quick look at the main reasons for considering either.
Will you be taking to the streets in protest or adopt a more practical approach to surviving the ‘sober decade’? Here are just some of the key areas where your financial adviser can help and advise you.