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Over 50s holiday spending on the up

Darren McKeever
WITH news that over-50s have increased spending on holidays by 23 per cent, should I get one of those 'I’m spending my kids inheritance’ stickers and just enjoy life? With the 2016 we’ve had to date and what’s still to come with Brexit and the US presidential race, then it’s pretty tempting to just go on one long holiday.

Why Ponzi is relevant to our own state pension scheme

Michael Kennedy
HOW much will you depend on the state pension when you retire? This is an important question, because there is a likelihood that the state pension when you are retiring may be markedly different - and possibly a lot less – than it is today.

We're growing old - but how can we pay for our care?

Darren McKeever
WITH an ageing population and funded support diminishing, how can you ensure you get the care you may need without impacting on your family’s future? The simple answer is to speak to an independent financial adviser and plan ahead.

Taking steps to ensure pensions last

Michael Kennedy
I think it was the American golfing icon Lee Trevino who said: “You don't know what pressure is until you play for five bucks with only two bucks in your pocket.

So, why do we love the ISA?

Simon Cunningham
A RECENT government report highlighted that, excluding the Junior ISA, we have approximately £500 billion invested in ISA tax wrappers.

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