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3 ways to save for your children’s future

It’s never too early to teach your children about money and savings, and there are so many ways to make sure the whole family benefits, whilst also improving your own finances, including reducing your inheritance tax liability.

How to manage your Inheritance Tax risk

Inheritance tax (IHT) is an increasing reality for many, as rising property values and savings, and frozen tax allowances, mean more estates are set to pass the threshold.

But the saving grace is that it is easy to plan for. By looking ahead to to the very end of your financial journey, you can avoid or reduce the tax, meaning more to pass on to loved ones (and help them at the start of theirs).

We give our top tips on inheritance tax to help you get started.

Autumn Statement 2023

There has been a lot of speculation in recent weeks regarding the announcements the Chancellor could make, in what could possibly be his last Statement before the next general election.

We take a look at some of the key announcements for individuals and businesses.

Women’s sport has had a major moment – why that matters for your money and finances

I wonder if, like us, you were caught up in women’s world cup football fever on the weekend. Regardless of nationality or credo, it’s impossible not to acknowledge that women’s sport had a major moment. Perhaps it was because early knock outs of key teams made things unpredictable and thrilling; or the wave of support for home team the Matildas; or, of course, the rising excitement at home of a potential England win. Most likely, it was a confluence of circumstances which made this women’s world cup final an extraordinary event.