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Joe Hawes, Chartered Financial Planner at CBW takes a closer look at the NHS pension and whether staying in the scheme is a smart move, given the successive restrictions introduced by the Government which are increasingly catching members off guard.
In a world where legislation is changing at an alarming rate, we are seeing an increasing number of clients coming to us, who are facing significant problems and/or financial loss due to ineffective or out of date death planning.
Donald Trump winning the US election has been another blow for the pollsters and the bookmakers. For now we all deal with the reality that he is the next President of the United States and the media circus that goes with that.
In the initial stages of setting up a company, the focus is naturally on making that business successful and profitable. Often, however, little or no thought is given to what would happen to the co-owners of the business, in the event of their death or illness.
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The latest changes to drawdown pensions have been warmly welcomed and are available to those aged 55 or over wishing to access their pension funds.