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Welcome to our September/October 2021 issue. Inside, we look at how having a financial plan in place early on can make it easier to manage your money further down the line. It’s never too early to make a financial plan. On page 06 there are three key questions to ask yourself when building your financial plan. Don’t forget: vision without action is merely a dream.
On page 04 we explain the changes made to UK pensions in 2015 and what they mean for your choices when it comes to funding your lifestyle in retirement. Choices we make today will have a big impact on the quality of our lives later on. The decisions surrounding when, why, and how you decide to retire will be very personal and will largely depend on your individual circumstances.
Understanding inflation is an important factor when it comes to your financial success. If you don’t factor inflation in when deciding where to put your money – whether that’s savings accounts or investing – you could find your wealth shrinks over the years. The easing of lockdowns has boosted consumer confidence and unleashed pent-up demand. On page 12 we look at the current causes of higher inflation.
We hope you enjoy the useful intel and articles in our latest issue, and if you require any further information or would like to start a conversation – please contact us.
Our guide to Budget 2020 aims to provide a clear and concise commentary of the main Budget proposals, focusing on the issues pertinent to you, your family and your business.
The new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, delivered his inaugural Budget to parliament on 11 March 2020, amid the backdrop of a growing threat to the economy from the global outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) – this Budget he announced aims to bring ‘stability and security’.
He warned of a temporary disruption to the economy from COVID-19. He said it will be ‘tough’ and ‘significant’, but things will return to normal. ‘What everyone needs to know is that we are doing everything we can to keep this country, and our people, healthy and financially secure.’