It is very hard doing that sometimes. It doesn’t matter how hard we try, the pretty advertisement promoted by some TV celebrity (adverts of which they are oblivious) saying how much of a fortune they have mad
The UK’s consumer price index (CPI) breached the Bank of England’s target for the first time this year rising to 2.1% in April, up from 1.9% last month.
This Thursday it is the EU elections. In theory, these should not have been taking place for the UK. It won’t impact the UK Parliament as it is MPs who need to support or decline a Brexit deal but the results could influence how these MPs react.
Do you have a Will in place? If so, when was the last time you looked at it? A survey produced in January 2018 based on 2,000 people by Macmillian Cancer Support has revealed that among over 55’s, 42% of people do not hold a W
The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has once again awarded the prestigious ‘Chartered Financial Planners’ title to Philip J Milton & Company Plc, North Devon’s leading wealth management and financial advisory firm. This follows a rigorous, challenging and time-consuming renewal process!
Chartered Financial Planner Felix Milton of Philip J Milton & Company Plc discusses Buy to Let Property on the Voice FM with Martin King.
do try our hardest to be responsive and prove that our clients’ needs are our best interests. We are not perfect but we give our best and believe we have instilled this within our staff too as long-term ethics and professionalism, albeit with a mantra that ‘however good we do something we can always try to do it better’.
Recent research by Fidelity has found that whilst those who work for employers are beginning to feel the benefits of the Government auto-enrolment scheme, self-employed people are getting left behind when it comes to pensions and savings.
Figures published by the Office for National Statistics confirmed one in six (17%) pensioners in the UK are surviving on the State Pension alone.
If we are not careful we tend to be somewhat glib about market conditions. Remember how horrible things looked in mid-December?