Corporate Wills

As an employer, you may be concerned about the impact on your company of a key employee’s death. The loss of key relationships, specialist knowledge, […]

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Sharia Law and Wills

For non-Muslim British expatriates, having Sharia applied to their estate can result in a significant increase in Inheritance Tax. This is due to the loss […]

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Bitcoin – The New Gold Standard?

Bitcoin has grown by 750% in US Dollar terms during the last 12 months. But what is it, who uses it and should you get […]

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Appointing an Adviser: Do Your Homework

Appointing someone as your guide in the financial jungle can be a daunting task. How do you assess whether they are any good? What pro-active […]

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Tokyo 2020, Where Will You Be?

Hopefully you have managed to enjoy some of the Rio Olympic Games. The tremendous effort of thousands of athletes competing over two weeks is a […]

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How To Avoid Poor Financial Decisions

There are now 75 posts available on my blog. That’s about 37,000 words on a wide range of financial topics. Hopefully, if you have read […]

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Jobs for The Boys?

A week ago or so, a good friend of mine and I were discussing our kids’ futures. He was concerned; as he put it: our […]

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A Tip To Save Money on Medical Insurance

With medical insurance premiums rising at unprecedented rates it makes sense to use every opportunity to save money. Once you have reduced your cover to […]

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Planning for a Healthy and Happy Retirement?

Harvard University started a study of adult development in 1930s to have a greater understanding of adult development: what keeps us healthy and happy. This […]

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Can Your Company Die of a Heart Attack?

Silly question, right? Actually when you start to think about it whilst a company cannot physically die the same cannot be said for employees and shareholders. Large […]

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