What happens to a trust’s assets during divorce? Without appropriate planning, it can mean complex litigation. Martin Hill explains the basics.
Daniel Elkington explains some simple steps to minimise the tax your loved ones pay on your estate and make their lives a little easier at an already difficult time.
Managing your personal finances doesn’t require a high IQ or the ability to predict the future. All you need is to be clear about your goals, develop a sound framework, follow some basic principles and regularly review your situation.
For those at retirement who are reluctant to lock themselves into a lifetime annuity there are alternatives, says Jeff Miller.
Is luck something you can catch or is it something you can cultivate? And what about when it comes to your finances? Can you make yourself financially ‘lucky’?
Workplace pensions rules have changed. Every employer in the UK will be required to help more of their workers save for retirement. But what does it mean for you? James Robson explains. We will all have probably heard phrases in the press recently such as “auto-enrolment”, “workplace pensions” and “NEST” and no doubt some of us
It’s a boy! The new royal baby was welcomed into the world yesterday to much excitement, but what do you buy a baby who has everything?
A simple answer is ‘as early as possible’ but is that correct? Jason Witcombe explains.
Smaller businesses should think about paying more than the minimum contributions into auto-enrolment schemes. But why?
You may wish you had more time off work to enjoy the sunny weather but be careful what you wish for, says Scott Gallacher.