Sep 14, 2021
We all know that we should be saving for our future. But we all make mistakes.
We all create bad habits, whether it is grabbing that coffee on the way to work or splashing out on the gadget that you don’t really need. Or we got sucked into a sales pitch while browsing in the shop.
Anne Caborn believes that...
Aug 31, 2021
Do you know what a statutory will is, and when it would be applied?
Do you know what would happen if you died without a will?
Or would you know what would happen if you lost mental capacity and didn’t have a Power of Attorney in place?
Writing wills and putting powers of attorney in place can be emotional but once...
Aug 17, 2021
When someone dies, they can leave behind around 15-20 accounts to be closed.
The closure of these accounts becomes the responsibility of the loved ones left behind, meaning that while they grieve for the person lost, they also have to face the painful and stressful account closure process.
Vicky Wilson and her mother...
Aug 3, 2021
We’ve all heard that ‘cash is king’, but is it when it comes to funding your retirement?
Inflation can ravage your retirement savings, which you need to grow to retain the value of your income in retirement. Which is why cash shouldn’t be the only way to hold your retirement money. The expected return on cash is...
Jul 20, 2021
A diagnosis of dementia can be scary, not just for those suffering with the disease, but those close to them too. As the dementia progresses, communications skills can be lost and the loved ones surrounding the dementia patient often wonder how they can communicate with their loved one.
Dr Jane Mullins has spent her...