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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10 Things Financially Prepared People Do Every January

Happy New Year! So, here we are in 2018 and you have been thinking about your personal goals for the next 12 months. Whether you’ve […]

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UK Budget

UK Budgets don’t normally have much of an effect on expats. They give us a bit of an insight into what life is like ‘back […]

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Platform or Savings Plan – Which is Best?

I have a social network group to thank for this question. A member wanted to know whether he should invest his money with a life […]

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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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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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How Do You Pay For Advice: Fees or Commission?

Let me dispel a misconception: financial advice is not free. Just because you don’t hand over a cheque, does not mean you are not paying. […]

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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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