Being a successful woman in business is one thing, but how good are you at running the family finances? Even the most potent CEOs or entrepreneur can have trouble dealing with family money because there is one major thing most of us fail to do with our personal finances –...
Published: Tue 24th May 2016
Do you know your value as a woman? The answer to this question could come in many forms, whether it is related to how much a Mother is worth in relative earnings for the job she does unpaid, or how much you are actually paid by your employer.
Published: Fri 4th March 2016
Getting to grips with your financial affairs at the start of a New Year is always a good idea, and it will not only help you to save money in the coming months, you should also find you are better placed to make money from your investments.
Published: Fri 15th January 2016
With the UK’s referendum vote on whether or not to remain in the EU almost upon us, this note looks at the impact that BREXIT could potentially have on client portfolios. The market risks may seem material, but they are mitigated by the ownership of robustly structured, well-diversified portfolios. The...
Published: Fri 10th June 2016
The British continue to be obsessed with buy-to-let property, based on a simple narrative that provided the owner is covering his or her mortgage costs, all will be well, as house prices always rise. There is no doubt that many established buy-to-let landlords have made considerable money, but the past...
Published: Fri 20th May 2016
It is all too easy to get overly concerned about falls in the equity markets from previous highs. As humans, we are hard-wired to be concerned about recent events and feel losses keenly. However, it is also easy to ignore the fact that interim losses occur with monotonous regularity.
Published: Wed 13th April 2016