The Chancellor's most recent budget exposed plans of new probate fees, however many of us missed these. Previously it was simple, when we pass away we just needed to pay a flat fee of £215 but now, in some extreme cases, you could be liable to pay up to £20,000. It must be noted that the [...]
Lifetime Individual Savings Accounts have been launched by the Government to help 18 to 40-year-olds to save and invest flexibly for the long term. The aim is that people will not have to choose between saving for their first home and retirement. They can use some or all of the money to buy their first home or [...]
Once you’ve decided to start saving for retirement, you need to choose how to do so. Pensions have many important advantages that will make your savings grow more rapidly than might otherwise be the case.
The State Pension changed on 6 April 2016. If you reached State Pension age on or after that date, you’ll now receive the new State Pension under the new rules. The aim of the new State Pension is to make it simpler to understand, but there are some complicated changeover arrangements which you need to know about if you’ve already made contributions under the previous system.
This morning it has been announced that Great Britain is set to leave the EU despite an exceptionally tight vote, but the question everyone is now asking is what next?
Of course, we can only speculate at the moment, but here is round up of how the results could affect the financial market.