Month: October 2020

What happened to the social care reform?

What has Happened to the Social Care Reforms?

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Three years ago we wrote about the social care crisis in our post Old Age Care: Where do we go from here?  By now, there should have been some changes implemented to help ease the crisis. However, social care reforms have, once again, been put on hold. Lord Bethell, parliamentary under secretary of state at…
Face to Face Finance are winners of MoneyAge Financial Adviser Award for Small to Medium Firm of the Year 2020

We Won A National Award!

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There have been celebrations aplenty since we found out that we’ve won the MoneyAge Financial Adviser Award for Small to Medium Firm of the Year, beating off stiff competition from across the UK. The MoneyAge awards celebrate excellence, innovation and professionalism in the personal finance space. Winners for each category were selected by a prestigious…

Helping your child become a millionaire!

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We’ve written before about how to save for your children. You may have heard of some of the options – junior ISAs, bonds, trusts – before. But we left you with a tantalising promise to let you know how you can help your child become a millionaire. Well, here’s the lowdown. Pensions for children (child…
Pension Freedom Age increasing to 57

The Pension Freedom Age is Set to Increase

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Back in 2014, the Government indicated that the age at which people could access their private pension was set to increase. As the government didn’t legislate for the change, many in the industry were unsure whether the change would happen. Last month, however, the Government confirmed they were going to increase the age. From 2028,…

How to save for your children

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From before they’re even born, children are expensive! But as they grow up, these costs are likely to get bigger and bigger. Driving lessons, first car, university, weddings, first home…that’s a lot of money to find. If you want to help your children get off to a strong financial start, it’s a good idea to…