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Paying for care
Last week the House of Commons passed a controversial amendment to the Health & Social Care Bill that could have lasting consequences for how much people in England pay for social care. Under the new rules, who will pay the bills, which currently average almost £35,000 a year, and are often much higher?
A Junior SIPP can support a child’s long-term financial security
A Junior SIPP (Self-Invested Personal Pension) can be a great way of supporting a child's long-term financial security. The perfect complement to other financial support, it is also tax efficient and has other attractions.
Your pension: a tax-efficient way of passing on your wealth?
With the number of estates expected to pay Inheritance Tax (IHT) set to double, a pension can be a tax-efficient way of passing on wealth to your family or other beneficiaries by mitigating the effects of rising levels of IHT.
Courtiers Advisers unshaken by financial advice challenge
Traditional ways of providing financial advice are coming under threat from many different quarters. However, in conversation with Colin Cottell, three Courtiers Advisers seem to be taking challenges naturally in their stride.