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As part of Financial Planning Week, we are hosting an Introduction to Financial Planning Workshop in Guildford on Thursday 24th …
Our next live webcast will be broadcast this afternoon (Friday 29th July 2011) at 2pm, with Informed Choice chartered financial planner Andrew Neligan sharing the ten questions you must ask when choosing a Financial Planner.
Informed Choice chartered financial planner Andrew Neligan describes 15 reasons why you need a Financial Plan.
With the average cost of school fees now £13,000 a year, Informed Choice chartered financial planner Andrew Neligan looks at some of the considerations and options.
Our latest Financial Planning webcast was broadcast live this morning and a recording is now available here – 10 Ways to Make Your Money Work Harder and Why You Need to Act Now.
Informed Choice chartered financial planner Andrew Neligan writes about why he decided to focus his Financial Planning services on members of the legal profession.
We are pleased to announce that Andrew Neligan has been invited to join the board at Informed Choice Ltd as Financial Planning Director, subject to regulatory approval.
Barristers are expected to find themselves in the crosshairs of the tax man as they continue their crackdown on non disclosed income sources and investment gains.
When people contact me to ask for financial advice they have often come to a solution themselves; “I need a pension” for example. While this is not necessarily incorrect it is like starting a journey before you now where you are going.
The 6th of April 2010 will, for many, mark a key date in their retirement planning. Anyone who will be 50 before the beginning of the next tax year will have to make the decision whether it is appropriate to take their retirement benefits in whole, in part or to wait for up to a further five years.