Getting to grips with Power of Attorney 10th July 2019

Naming a Power of Attorney is often one of those tasks we know we should get around to but inevitably put off. The number of people registering a Power of Attorney has been rising, yet figures suggest millions could still be left in a vulnerable position should something happen to them. If you’ve yet to […]

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Bank of Mum and Dad: Can you afford to support family?

The Bank of Mum and Dad has become essential for many first-time buyers struggling to scrape together a deposit to secure a mortgage. However, research indicates that children and grandchildren are increasingly relying on financial support for a variety of reasons. Whilst you may be keen to provide as much help as possible to loved […]

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Divorce and pensions

When a relationship breaks down, splitting up assets is common. From deciding who gets which pieces of furniture right through to property. However, one asset that’s commonly overlooked initially is pensions. Alongside property, pensions may be the largest asset you have. When you consider how long you’ve been paying into it and the potential employer […]

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Is Buy to Let still a wise investment? 14th June 2019

It’s often said that Brits are obsessed with property. And to some extent it’s true. We often view our home as more than just a place to live, in many cases, it’s an investment too. With this in mind, it’s no surprise that Buy to Let is often viewed as a way to boost income. […]

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