Welcome to our latest edition. If a week in politics is a long time, then the eight weeks of general election campaigning seemed like an eternity.  Prime Minister Theresa May’s snap UK election surprised many people. Despite polls narrowing substantially over the course of the election campaign, a Conservative-led government was considered the most likely result by investment markets. After weeks of campaigning – and with no outright winner – a hung parliament was declared. On page 06, we consider why investors should keep focused on their long-term financial goals and not panic following ...
Welcome to the latest edition. The news has recently been full of stories about Brexit, Article 50, inflation and how some key announcements from Spring Budget 2017 could impact on our finances. It can be very confusing with the number of conflicting viewpoints given, so in this issue we aim to bring some clarity to these topics.  Brexit has created an air of uncertainty, and no one really knows what’s coming next or what it could all mean in the long term. The implications of Brexit and its impact on markets is a significant investment planning challenge over the coming years for all ...
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, delivered his Spring Budget to Parliament this week. In our guide, we consider the key measures and outcomes and look at the impact on your clients, their families and their businesses. Read the full guide here. The Chancellor resisted making far-reaching tax changes in this last Spring Budget, but some of the announcements could have an impact on your clients. If you have any further questions, please contact us on 0845 605 0680 or email info@fairstone.co.uk
Welcome to our latest issue, featuring articles written to help you make the most of your hard-earned money and achieve your long-term financial security. Each tax year, we are given an annual Individual Savings Account (ISA) allowance. Anyone wishing to utilise their allowance should do so before the deadline on Wednesday 5 April 2017. The date marks the end of the 2016/17 tax year. It is a ‘use it or lose it’ allowance, meaning that if you don’t use all or part of it in one tax year, you cannot take that allowance over to the next year. On page 06, we consider your options. The UK’s...
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