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Pensions Retirement Planning
December 2020
Planning For Tomorrow, Today.
Pensions Retirement Planning
December 2020
4 pension facts to help you create a happy and wealthy retirement The future may seem far away. Regardless of your retirement goals, there are things you can do to increase your chances of success. It is important to look objectively at your plans and adapt them as your priorities change over the years and you go through different life events. Read full article
Financial Planning
December 2020
Financial action plan
Financial Planning
December 2020
10 steps to help you build a better financial future In these uncertain times, it can help to focus on the things you can control. And working out what your money’s doing for you now and where it might come from in the future can give you real peace of mind. Read full article
Pensions
December 2020
State Pension age rises
Pensions
December 2020
How could the change impact on your retirement plans? For the first time in over a decade, the point at which people can claim a State Pension (the ‘State Pension Age’) is simple. If you have reached your 66th birthday, you can claim it. Otherwise you cannot. Read full article
Investment
December 2020
Investing principles
Investment
December 2020
Focus on what you can control The deep global economic shock and uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has made everyone rethink their finances and investments, making it clear that financial security is more important than ever to our overall well-being. Read full article
Lasting Power of Attorney
December 2020
Lasting Power of Attorney
Lasting Power of Attorney
December 2020
Taking control of decisions even in the event you can’t make them yourself A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) enables individuals to take control of decisions that affect them, even in the event that they can’t make those decisions for themselves. Without them, loved ones could be forced to endure a costly and lengthy process to obtain authority to act for an individual who has lost mental capacity. Read full article
Pensions
December 2020
Download Fish Financial’s Guide to Self-Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs)
Pensions
December 2020
What do your retirement plans look like? Saving for your retirement is one of the longest and biggest financial commitments you will make. Imagine you’re retiring today. Have you thought about how you’re going to financially support yourself (and… Read full article
Financial Planning
November 2020
Are you keeping too much in cash?
Financial Planning
November 2020
Savers holding onto extra cash during the COVID-19 pandemic Some savers are putting their hard-earned money at risk by holding too much on deposit. Savers holding onto extra cash during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic need to consider their long-term investment options, as new data shows the savings ratio for some people has increased during the pandemic. Read full article
Financial News
November 2020
Fish Financial’s Guide to Spending Review 2020
Financial News
November 2020
Read Fish Financial’s guide to the Spending Review 2020 to find out how the key announcements will affect you, your family and business. Click here to download This year’s Spending Review 2020, which covers just one… Read full article
Pensions
November 2020
Sustainable Investments to Grow Your Money
Pensions
November 2020
Invest in a better future Retirement planning is one of the most important investments you can make towards your retirement, to ensure you experience the quality of life you want in later years. But millions of retirement savers are unaware that they are sitting on a powerful weapon that could be used to fight climate change and other environmental problems – their pension pot. Read full article
Financial Planning
November 2020
The Bank of Mum and Dad
Financial Planning
November 2020
Make sure you can afford it and understand any tax implications Parents have always supported their children in lots of different ways. These days, growing numbers of parents see their adult children struggling to build up enough in savings to put down the deposit on a house or to afford to move up from a first home to something larger – but does this mean parents should help financially? Read full article

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