10th July 2017

Why retirement is worrying millennials and what steps they are taking

A recent study by HSBC has revealed the main financial worries of the ‘millennial’ generation, recognised as those born between 1980 and 1997. As its title […]
15th June 2017

Put Foot Rally 2017

Chancellor’s Sam Farnell and his team the “Lost Terriers” are about to set off on an epic journey through South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia and Malawi.  The Put […]
9th June 2017

Bill to the Bank of Mum and Dad could reach £6.5bn

A recent report has suggested that the ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ will be lending their children over £6.5 billion this year in order to help […]
9th June 2017

Top tips for retiring successfully

Your retirement should be something you look forward to: a time when you can reward yourself for the years of hard work you’ve put into your […]
9th June 2017

June Market Commentary

As we wrote last year, ‘It is tempting to think that Brexit is the only game in town.’ Cross out ‘Brexit’ and replace it with ‘General […]
10th May 2017

May Market Commentary

Introduction It’s difficult to know where to begin this month. In France? Where Emmanuel Macron, the centrist candidate, successfully defeated the far right’s Marine le Pen […]
10th May 2017

If we are all going to have to work longer, what do you need to consider?

The long-established state pension age of 60 for women and 65 for men is set to change over the next few decades. However, the first revision […]
10th May 2017

Where is the property market hottest in the current climate?

The latest figures from the housing market suggest that the Midlands is currently the hottest area for property, with price rises outstripping even those seen in […]
18th April 2017

April Market Commentary

Introduction It’s tempting to think that Brexit is the only story worth reporting: in fact, there was plenty happening in March, from elections in Holland to […]