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Welcome to our final issue for 2016. This year has once again rapidly flown past – which is something we say around this period each and every year, pinpointing time as the most valuable commodity when it comes to implementing any financial planning strategy.
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Is Britain walking tall again? The chancellor claims it is. This was one of many announcements made as he embarked upon his sixth budget speech. Growth is now forecast to rise to 2.5 per cent this year and 2.3 per cent in 2016, he said. As such, borrowing estimates were lowered. Here at WPS […]
From BBC News
As the business and political elite met at the World Economic Forum in Davos this week, there was much talk of rising inequality, and many references to the “wealthiest 1%”. The phrase conjures up images of billionaires living on private islands – but is that who the 1% really are?
A report by […]
From Money Marketing
The Pensions Regulator issued 166 penalty notices to firms breaking auto-enrolment regulations in the final quarter of 2014, an increase from just three fines in the previous quarter. TPR’s latest quarterly update on its investigations into auto-enrolment reveals it served 166 firms with £400 fixed penalties for failing to comply with an […]
When the UK government relaxed the rules around withdrawing funds from pensions, opponents of the changes claimed pensioners would blow their retirement pots on luxury goods. One politician coined the ‘right to buy a Lamborghini’ phrase in relation to this concern.
The concern relates to the introduction of flexible drawdown or uncapped drawdown – the […]
A LEADING WELSH PENSIONS AND INVESTMENT SPECIALIST HAS REAFFIRMED ITS COMMITMENT TO THE OSPREYS, AGREEING A NEW COMMERCIAL DEAL THAT WILL SEE ITS LOGO FEATURE ON THE PLAYING STRIP FOR 2014/15.
The logo of WPS Financial Group, which employs 26 people across offices in Swansea and Cardiff and looks after 2,400 clients with over £247 […]