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Why Wealth Management

During my long career as a financial adviser, I have always periodically reviewed many of my clients’ plans.  Sometimes I have advised on the merits of moving their pension, investments or protection plans to an alternative provider.  The reasons may have been to reduce costs, to access useful features, or to move into better funds […]

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The problem with Cash ISAs

If you’ve got a cash ISA, you will already know that the interest rates are incredibly low and that your returns are negligible. Cash ISAs were a great innovation. They followed on from the highly successful TESSAs (Tax exempt special savings accounts). These products encouraged many people to start saving by offering good levels of […]

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Increasing ISA Allowances

From 6th April 2017, the personal ISA allowance is increasing to £20000. Over the years, the amount you can pay into an ISA has been steadily increasing, but this represents a significant increase and means that you now have an even better opportunity to accumulate tax efficient savings and investment.  For couples, the total amount […]

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Some Harsh Words on Retirement Planning

The following article is quite abrupt and to the point. It is difficult to write about some of the basic, yet important issues surrounding retirement planning without perhaps touching some nerves. So if you’re easily offended, please move on. My objective here is to help people to understand retirement and to successfully plan ahead for later life. This involves waking up to some serious issues. So please read this in the spirit it is meant and please don’t shoot the messenger.

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How to Build an Investment Portfolio

When make an investment (whether it be a lump sum, regular savings or a pension contribution), you have some important decisions to make and fund selection will be high on your decision list. If your investment is small, you may decide to use a single fund. However, for most, it is important to build a suitable portfolio of funds because:

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Junior ISA

The Government have recently announced draft regulations for the new Junior ISA. This is due to be launched on 1st November 2011. If you are considering saving for your child or grandchild, you should be aware of this new tax efficient savings opportunity.

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ISAs for Retirement Planning

Most of us know that ISAs are an excellent and tax efficient way of accumulating wealth. During retirement, ISAs are also very useful for providing a tax efficient income to supplement your pension income.  Approaching retirement, growth funds can be switched to income yielding funds, which could also be lower risk funds.  Your accumulated ISA […]

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Barry has been providing me with excellent financial advice since 2003. He has simplified and consolidated a number of pensions that I had started with various organisations through different employers over the years to one pension – making it much easier for me to have a clear view of my investments and know where I stand. I receive regular, easy to understand updates, with Barry providing the added value of explaining what it all means and offering advice on actions to take. Barry ensures that he keeps current with my financial and personal circumstances and is able to adapt and make excellent, informed recommendations quickly and clearly. I would highly recommend Barry and Professional Wealthcare for your financial management solutions. He is now responsible not only for the planning of my financial security, but also for that of my children.

Jill Wells

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