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24th July 2018

Family finances – making provisions for a relative entering a care home

At Chancellor Financial Management, we’re often involved in complex financial planning scenarios and are happy to focus our expertise on achieving excellent outcomes for clients and their […]
20th July 2018

Lancashire Business View

This July we featured in Lancashire Business View Issue 81, it’s pages contain news, analysis and opinion on the issues that affect business in Lancashire. Lancashire […]
27th June 2018
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Active and passive investments — don’t bank on a binary decision

If you keep a keen eye on wealth management media, you’ll have noticed a recurring debate over the benefits of passive versus active investments. Both approaches […]
29th May 2018

From Bolton to Ulaanbaatar — Chancellor goes the extra mile for charity

We’ve got several new and longstanding relationships with charities that make a difference to people’s lives in Bolton and beyond. And because we believe that contributing […]
29th May 2018

The Chancellor Headlines – May 2018

May has been bursting with news from the financial world, and Chancellor has been involved in some very exciting events. What better way to tell you […]
24th April 2018

The Chancellor Headlines — April 2018

  2018 is zooming past and it’s already time for April’s instalment of The Chancellor Headlines — our rapid round-up of relevant financial news. Let’s take […]
24th April 2018
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The Other Side Of Finance — What Happens To My Money When I Die?

Wondering what happens to your money after you pass away doesn’t have to be a morbid preoccupation — it’s just common-sense planning that provides peace of […]
23rd March 2018

The Chancellor Headlines – March 2018

It’s time for another dose of The Chancellor Headlines, our monthly round-up of the hottest goings-on in our organisation and the finance world at large. So […]
23rd March 2018

Are You Ready For The Rise In Auto-Enrolment Contributions?

Automatic-enrolment pensions were introduced by the coalition government in 2012 to plug the retirement income gap. And the scheme’s been very successful — over 8.8 million […]