7 December 2018

AYP Newsletter October 2018

Do you discuss financial matters with your children? In the UK, we can be very reticent when it comes to having family conversations about money. But as our children grow, they need to know the financial basics in order that one day they can successfully manage their own money. Please click here: AYP Newsletter October […]

3 July 2018

AYP Newsletter July 2018

We have sought to address topical issues that are likely to be of interest to most readers. Included in this edition are: One in ten Britons admit they are bad with money – how to buck the trend Keep it simple – tips on taking your first investment steps Your ISA – lump sum or […]

3 July 2018

AYP Newsletter April 2018

As usual, we have sought to address topical issues that are likely to be of interest to most readers. Included in this edition are: 1              Five personal finance habits we should all adopt Tips on how to organise and make the most of your money 2              Almost 16 million don’t have contents insurance – don’t […]

3 July 2018

AYP Newsletter Jan 2018

AYP Newsletter Jan 2018 With in this newsletter, we have sought to address topical issues that are likely to be of interest to most readers. Included in this edition are: One in three retirees will have to rely on the state pension Putting pensions into perspective Global markets remain bullish Investors found plenty to be […]

22 March 2018

Surviving financially after the death of a loved one

Whilst it’s tempting to put off thinking about the financial consequences of losing a partner or loved one, figures from the ABI show that in 2015, UK insurance companies paid out an average of £9.4 million each day to over 128,000 families as a result of claims on protection policies. Bereavement is a sad and […]

30 January 2018

Baby Boomers Vs Millennials – who fares best?

  When it comes to personal finances, which sector of the population has the best deal? The government’s Work and Pension Committee has launched an inquiry into ‘intergenerational fairness’. A recent Social Market Foundation study provided evidence on the choices that older and younger people make as they balance their own future financial requirements with […]

30 January 2018

Your Teenager and Personal Finance

In recent years secondary schools have been required to teach pupils how to manage their money. Lessons in ‘financial mathematics’, covering problems such as percentage changes and calculating interest are now included in the national curriculum. Within their citizenship classes, pupils are learning how public money is spent as well as how to manage their […]