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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Advice for Millennials

A friend asked me what financial advice I would give a young person just starting out in the world or work. With my eldest leaving […]

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NHS Entitlement for UK Expats

As many UK Expats will be flying back to Blighty over the Summer, I thought a reminder to take your international medical insurance membership card […]

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Update on UK Basic State Pension & National Insurance Contributions

For many years I have recommended all of my UK clients to pay voluntary national insurance contributions (NICs). Payment of voluntary NICs is important because […]

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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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Valuation, Valuation, Valuation

Buying a property, whether it is the first or 21st is a big deal for most people. Whether it is for investment purposes or to […]

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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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Update on Wills for Expats in Dubai

I last wrote about the importance of having a Will in early 2014. Since then there have been a number of important changes in legislation […]

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