Tag Archives: Equity

We need a home ownership detox!


An important day for British Housing Policy Today, the Government will publish its white paper setting out its long-term housing strategy. This has implications for everyone living in the UK, including the homeless, those who rent, those who own and … Continue reading

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Why I’m scared of wealth managers


This blog’s written for the advisory community, but if – like me – you are considered a target for wealth management – you might want to read it too.   Consumers approaching the tipping point from saving to spending their … Continue reading

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GARs – a simpler way out for insurers…


This blog offers insurers a simple way out of the problem they have with Guaranteed Annuity Rates- it means paying the reserved for value of the policy rather than the (lower) investment value of the contributions. By way of explanation.. … Continue reading

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