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Landlords have been complaining about the hidden estate agents costs in letting agent agreements for some time. In an example here in the a landlord is taking one agent to court over the cost of a light fitting repair and replacement. Many landlords are not Buy to Let landlords but are renting out their […]Continue reading
The power and effect of compound interest on your savings is remarkable. It ws described by Albert Einstein as the 8th wonder of the world. The fact that saving for 10 years can result in a bigger fund than saving for 40 as illustrated in the Telegraph article below is a testament to this simple […]Continue reading
It is quite frighting when you start to investigate the number of investment scams that are perpetrated on victims in the UK. It is very easy to assume that you are smart enough to avoid them and perhaps you are. The video below from the FCA web site is that of a retired teacher who […]Continue reading
If you have any doubts about the dangers inherent in the new pensions legislation just take look through our gallery of screen shots at the foot of this page. Newspapers ranging from the Financial Times to the Morning Star all highlight the risks contained in the new pension freedoms and specifically about the activities of […]Continue reading
The value of an adviser will often be seen in their skill and experience, their qualifications, their knowledge and the continuing education and supervision by the regulators. All of which is true, however, an aspect of adviser value that is often missed is that they will frequently secure a better deal for you particularly when […]Continue reading