4 Legal and Ethical Ways to Reduce Your Tax Bill – Part 1

4 Legal and Ethical Ways to Reduce Your Tax Bill – Part 1

There are 4 simple things that you may be able to do to reduce your tax bill and only pay the amount that legally and ethically you need to. Part 1 – Check your tax code

Want to be a Financial Adviser or Football manager? There’s not much difference…

Want to be a Financial Adviser or Football manager? There’s not much difference…

How on earth can you compare the job role of a Financial Adviser with that of a football manager? Let’s see if I can use the analogy to explain better what it is that I do all day.

Don’t Save it for Best

Don’t Save it for Best

Why we don’t have a ‘best’ dinner service anymore.

The Value of “Whole of Market” Mortgage Advice

The Value of “Whole of Market” Mortgage Advice

With the rise of information available online, it can be tempting to cut out the middleman when searching for a new mortgage and some people may even think they can save money doing so, but there are other considerations to take into account.

3 things to teach your kids now, to stop them running up debts as adults (Lesson 3)

3 things to teach your kids now, to stop them running up debts as adults (Lesson 3)

Lesson 3 – You will always have more than some people do, and less than others.

3 things to teach your kids now, to stop them running up debts as adults (Lesson 2)

3 things to teach your kids now, to stop them running up debts as adults (Lesson 2)

Lesson 2 – Free money is brilliant!

3 things to teach your kids now, to stop them running up debts as adults (Lesson 1)

3 things to teach your kids now, to stop them running up debts as adults (Lesson 1)

Lesson 1 – If you don’t have it, you can’t spend it

What do you really mean by love?

What do you really mean by love?

Personally, I don’t feel that you need a special day to show someone that you love them, love should be about sharing ups and downs and if you want to buy your other half a gift or some flowers on a Tuesday in October, this should mean just as much to them as 12 overpriced roses in February.

Credit Cards – a useful tool, or dangerous weapon?

Credit Cards – a useful tool, or dangerous weapon?

Credit cards have been in the news quite a bit recently, the latest announcement being that retailers and service providers are no longer allowed to charge you extra if you choose to pay with plastic rather than cash. This will mean that the 2% or more surcharge added by tour operators and the village shop…

How to Prevent Your Divorce Destroying Your Wealth

How to Prevent Your Divorce Destroying Your Wealth

Regardless of how amicable the breakup, there can still be financial matters to untangle for months, or years afterwards and you have several things to consider.