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As a self-employed barrister Mr J, aged 33, had a hectic work schedule, with little time to think about his own personal finances.
Having set up the business two years ago, he was busy building up a pot of money for the company and didn’t have time to make sure the right personal protections were in place to support his wife and young children. It was important to Mr J that he knew how to maintain a good standard of living.
Once well-known for cabaret cheese and bad karaoke, the cruise market has changed drastically in recent years with something to cater for everyone. Having always been a popular choice for retirees, what makes cruises such an attractive option for holidaymakers?
We’re thrilled to announce our new Women in Business masterclass series.
Financial planner Suzanne Jeakins will be running a series of free Women in Business masterclasses to help owner-managers of small to medium sized businesses manage their finances.
With your Christmas preparations, starting soon is the key to saving money. If you leave your shopping to the last minute, not only do you have to face the 23rd December high street chaos, you’ll miss out on the excellent deals that many retailers offer early in the festive shopping season.
There was scarcely a mention of the ‘P’ word in October’s Budget speech (believe us, we were listening closely for it!). Instead, Hammond used the Budget speech as an opportunity to unveil his ‘rabbit in the hat’ changes to income tax thresholds, an increase in NHS mental health funding and a ban on future PFI contracts.