A leading barrister has warned financial abuse is becoming a more “prevalent problem” and that among the most vulnerable are those diagnosed with dementia.
Tom Bailey runs through the main robo-adviser offerings, assessing how their charges stack up against those of their competitors.
It's only a matter of time before technology does for our finances and investments what it’s done for other consumer-facing sectors.
Trusts can conjure up images of tax avoidance schemes such as those uncovered in the Paradise Papers. But the government’s autumn Budget announcement of a consultation into simplifying the way trusts are taxed is a reminder that they can play a valuable part in financial planning.
Ceri Jones looks at pension allowances, ‘derisking’, salary sacrifice and other considerations.
We asked four financial advisers of different ages which investment funds they have in their pension portfolios.
From domicile status to inheritance tax, there is a lot of misconceptions when it comes to the financial affairs of expats.
Rising house prices, the soaring cost of child-rearing and the high cost of bills mean that millennials won’t retire before 70.
A planned hike in probate fees, described as a ‘new inheritance tax’, has been scrapped by the government.
The cost of administering a deceased person's estate will substantially increase from May.