One of the first questions I ask prospective clients is whether they have a budget. Whether you have enough income to cover your expenditure several times over, or you are drawing down on assets to fund your liabilities, the importance of a budget is high.
Our initial conversations with prospective clients typically centre around two common themes – people want reassurance that their investment portfolio is tax-efficient given their complex tax reporting obligations, and they want their investments to generate returns so that their financial goals can be satisfied over the long-term.
As the world now slowly adjusts to the new realities of the world, financial or otherwise, it is worthwhile considering some of the regulations implemented in April as well as changes that could be expected in the near future.
Edward Howison, Senior Wealth Manager, features in The American Magazine discussing why we should be adapting our financial plans and preparing for the unexpected.
When it comes to investing, what does the new normal look like? Click here to read the full article published in the American in Britain, written by Alex Dolton, Wealth Manager.
While everyone was preoccupied with the holidays and the impeachment of President Trump, Congress quietly passed what is widely considered to be the most sweeping Retirement Bill since 2006.