financial planning

'Bank of Mum and Dad' wants tax incentives to help children

Parents aged 55-plus desperately need financial guidance and tax incentives to help kids, according to new research from equity release adviser Key.

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One in three Brits worried about sudden financial shock

One in three Brits says they do not think they have the means to cope with a sudden financial shock or loss of income.

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Millions of people risk financial chaos by refusing to talk about death

A reluctance to talk about death means many over 55s could be missing out on the opportunity to sort out their finances before they die.

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Why now is the time to hold a steady course on your investments

This blog is sponsored by Fiducia Wealth Management.

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Behavioural biases: Fear and greed - how they affect investment decisions

When it comes to successful investing, it is all about picking the right investments. But is that all there is to it?

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'Wake-up' retirement packs to be sent from age 50

A package of measures designed to engage people in their retirement planning has been proposed by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

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One in five UK adults has no financial goals

Over half of adults in the UK plan their lives only days or weeks ahead, with one in five people having no financial goals at all, new research has revealed.

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