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Emphasising the need for financial advice: Long Term Care – the Dilnot Report and the white paper which followed – white paper or white elephant?

There has been very little clarity or certainty over funding in the social care white paper. What does this mean for financial services and its ability to support the gaping funding hole? In response to The Dilnot Report, July 2011, … Continue reading

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Independent Financial Planners and Investment Advisers

We have no doubt that you want to deal with a Chartered Financial Planner that operates with honesty and integrity, and a firm that is focused on your  needs and wants, acts with impartiality and provides you with unbiased advice. Welcome … Continue reading

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The Elderly still face the highest rate of inflation

Inflation fell this week, but not so much for the Elderly. The latest figures from the Alliance Trust Economic Research Centre (14th February 2012) show that despite a sharp decline in household inflation rates in January, Elderly households continue to have … Continue reading

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