Private School Fees In A Class Of Their Own

Britain’s private school fees are racing up at almost four times the rate of inflation and average earnings. Expats with children receiving a private education have seen the cost spiral by 21% in five years. Someone on an average UK gross salary of £35,148 a year needs to hand over 39% of their earnings to … Read more

What will a Brexit vote really mean for your pension?

Trying to figure out how Britain leaving the European Union will affect pensions is one of the referendum issues for retirement savers. Both the Leave and remain campaigners have tried to paint the answer in black and white. Both sides seem to agree a Brexit would probably lead to a much weaker pound that will … Read more

Don’t Worry About Brexit, Expats In EU And UK Told

British expats in the European Union have no reason to worry about their rights as a result of the Brexit referendum, according to a government statement. The Home Office has confirmed that nothing has changed for British expats in Europe nor EU expats in the UK as a result of the leave vote. The statement … Read more

How Pension Freedom Rules Affect You

The rules about how retirement savers can take the money from their pensions changed on April 6, 2015. From this date, anyone over 55 years old with a direct contribution pension can draw their money to spend or reinvest as they wish, whether they are still working or not. For savers under 55, the money … Read more

Treasury Seeks Better Money Advice For Consumers

The Treasury has started a major review of the way financial firms and IFAs give advice to consumers. The aim is to open access for everyone to have personal, affordable and professional advice when they want to make important financial decisions. The review will run until later this year and report to Chancellor George Osborne … Read more