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7 reasons why we’re Transparency Task Force members

7 reasons why we’re Transparency Task Force members

7 reasons why we’re Transparency Task Force members You may have seen or heard us talk about working with the Transparency Task Force (TTF). This is important to us as a team because it’s work we do on a voluntary basis and it’s helping to protect vulnerable people...

Introducing the Personal Finance Society

Introducing the Personal Finance Society

  Introducing the Personal Finance Society As we celebrate our founder, Sebastian Elwell, being announced as the winner of the Personal Finance Society’s 2020 award for Retirement and Later Life Specialist of the Year, we thought this would be a great opportunity...

Practicalities of Estate Management

Practicalities of Estate Management

Beyond purely financial planning matters, the practicalities of managing the estate of a deceased loved one can be overwhelming.  Are there services out there that can help with sorting and distributing possessions?  I caught up with Claire Potter, founder of Blue...

The perils of deliberate deprivation and why a cashflow plan matters

The perils of deliberate deprivation and why a cashflow plan matters

There are many legitimate reasons why people may want to make large gifts: for example, inheritance tax planning, supporting family members or ‘balancing up’ previously unequal gifts to family. When planning gifts, it is important that individuals take advice and document objectives and the effect of the gift, which can help protect them from an accusation of ‘deliberate deprivation’ in the future. Cashflow planning can help in this instance

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