Summer Saving Tips from IFP!

Posted on June 30, 2015 No Comments

Whilst the summer brings bright evenings and warm weather, it can also be a very expensive time of year. Handy tips to help you save money whilst the sun is shining (hopefully) are always welcome, as even the smallest savings can build up to give you a little extra cash at the end of each […]

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July 2015 Budget Preview

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George Osborne will deliver the second Budget of 2015 on Wednesday, July 8th, just two months – almost to the day – after the Conservatives secured an outright majority in the General Election. As always, IFP have provided preview commentary in relation to the July 2015 Budget which we do hope you find useful! With […]

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ISAs – Do you know your stuff?

Posted on May 28, 2015 No Comments

ISAs have always been, and still are, an advantageous savings vehicle for most individuals within the UK – but do you know why? ISAs have changed over the years and there are a number of different types. For this reason, we have asked IFP’s Research Support, Emma Wise, to give you all the info! Here […]

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Meet our new recruit, Josh Richardson!

Posted on May 22, 2015 No Comments

  In February 2015 we posted an article introducing you to our apprentice, Beth Jones (which you can find here!). Our quick fire Q&A’s proved a great success, so what better way to introduce you to our new recruit! Josh joined the IFP team on Monday 18th May and is providing support for our Research Analysts. Find out more […]

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Flexible Access Drawdown – What tax do I pay?

Posted on April 29, 2015 No Comments

At the beginning of April, we asked IFP’s Chartered Financial Planner, John Copsey, to write his own article relating to the new pension freedoms (which you can find here). This time, we have asked IFP’s Financial Planner, Joe Sanders, to comment on the taxation regarding the newly implemented Flexible Access Drawdown. Read it here… Flexible […]

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2015 General Election Preview by IFP

Posted on April 16, 2015 No Comments

2015 General Election Preview There are now only weeks to go until the General Election, which – by common consent – will be the most closely fought and difficult to predict in a generation. Since only last week, a dozen opinion polls have been published and not one of them has made forecasting the likely […]

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April 2015 Market Commentary

Posted on April 8, 2015 No Comments

The focus in March inevitably turned towards the UK Budget – delivered by Chancellor George Osborne on March 18th – and the forthcoming General Election, with the two main parties currently running neck and neck in the opinion polls. It was therefore easy to overlook significant events that happened at the beginning of March. The […]

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The Help to Buy ISA: Details

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Help to Buy ISA – Can it help you? During the 2015 Budget announcement, the Chancellor, George Osborne, revealed a new type of ISA to be made available to the public in the Autumn of this year. The Help to Buy ISA is sure to be of interest to young people in particular, or to […]

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Pension Freedoms by IFP’s John Copsey

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The new pension freedoms implemented by Chancellor, George Osborne, have been a popular topic of conversation since the 2014 Budget when he made the big announcement. The day has arrived and the new rules are now in force, so we asked IFP’s Chartered Financial Planner, John Copsey, to write down his thoughts. Here they are… Pension Freedoms So […]

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What is the impact of Automatic Enrolment?

Posted on March 26, 2015 No Comments

  Automatic Enrolment What is the impact for both employers and employees? The Office of National Statistics 2014 Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings provides us with evidence of the considerable impact of Automatic Enrolment within the pensions arena – for employees and employers. According to the survey findings: The workplace pension scheme membership figures […]

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