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Financial News
February 2021
Download Fish Financial’s SMART Money Magazine – Winter 2021
Financial News
February 2021
Time to reflect on your financial plans and reasons to take professional financial advice. Fish Financial’s Winter 2021 issue of SMART Money Magazine is now out … and free to download. With the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and… Read full article
General
February 2021
Filling the funding gap
General
February 2021
Bank of Mum and Dad is playing an ever-present role in the housing market Across the UK, parents, grandparents, family and friends have been reaching into their pockets to help young, hopeful buyers and even growing families to make their housing plans a reality. These generous lenders are often funding most or all of the deposit buyers need to step onto or up the ladder. Read full article
Investment
February 2021
Why cash may not be king
Investment
February 2021
How much of your wealth do you currently hold in cash? One paradox of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is that even as businesses have shut down and jobs have disappeared, some British households have on average been saving more money than they usually do, due to lower spending, according to new research[1]. Read full article
Financial Planning
February 2021
Taking Control of Money Matters
Financial Planning
February 2021
Navigating the complex choices planning for the future brings. When we talk about financial wellbeing, we refer to how you feel about the control you have over your financial future – and your relationship with money.  This includes your ability to respond to financial unpredictability and unexpected expenses. Read full article
Tax Planning
February 2021
The Gifting Generation
Tax Planning
February 2021
Older family members supporting younger generation through the pandemic. Young people have been one of the worst-affected groups from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, particularly in terms of the labour market and mental health outcomes. But it’s their parents and grandparents who are paying the price financially. Read full article
Pensions
February 2021
Breaking up is hard to do
Pensions
February 2021
Managing the financial impact of divorce. When long-term relationships split up, there are a host of implications for mortgages, savings, tax and Wills requiring careful consideration to avoid hardship. If you are contemplating divorce, are in the middle of divorce proceedings or dissolving a civil registered partnership, it’s important to understand how the current economic and financial situation could affect you. Read full article
Pensions
January 2021
Mind the Gender Pension Gap!
Pensions
January 2021
What you can do to reduce a future financial shortfall. A lot has been made of the gender pay gap, but what’s not so well known is how this can affect women in retirement. Unsurprisingly, women often don’t fare as well as men when it comes to the savings they’ve built up for a healthy and economically stable retirement. Read full article
Investment
January 2021
Don’t miss the ISA deadline on 5th April 2021
Investment
January 2021
Saving and investing for a future that matters. Yours. Each tax year, we are given an annual Individual Savings Account (ISA) allowance. This can build up quickly, letting you accumulate a substantial tax-efficient gain in the long-term. Read full article
Coronavirus Financial Planning
January 2021
Are you under-prepared for a financial emergency?
Coronavirus Financial Planning
January 2021
Pandemic causes people to re-evaluate their financial resilience. Managing your current and future finances successfully can be a minefield in today’s economic climate. The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has derailed many a financial plan, ushering in job losses, decreased earnings and creating lifestyle changes that have the potential to send our spending into an unhealthy cycle. Read full article
Tax Tax Planning
January 2021
Download Fish Financial’s Guide 2020/21 Year-End Tax Planning
Tax Tax Planning
January 2021
Keeping more of your money to enjoy, invest, save or pass on. Tax never requires a one-size-fits-all approach. Each taxpayer and each year will be different. So, with the end of the current 2020/21 tax year approaching on… Read full article

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