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The 4 steps for spending your inheritance wisely

If you’ve received money in a will from a relative or close friend, it can be difficult to have a clear idea of what to do with it. Of course, your personal circumstances and the amount that you receive will play a big role in your decision, but whatever the case, these are four things...

A higher demand for equity release

The number of over-55s using equity release to unlock cash in their homes has surged in the past year, driven by increased competition and innovation, a new report has revealed.

A guide to Help to Buy ISAs

Help to Buy ISAs are a type of ISA designed to help first-time buyers save up a deposit for their home. You can earn up to 2.58% interest tax-free and then the state will add 25% free cash, and it could be £1,000s, on top of what you save. If you want one, you need...

Tax action

Getting your tax affairs in order before 5 April This time of year is your last chance to get your tax affairs in order before the end of the 2018/19 tax year. We’ve provided a summary of some key tax and financial planning areas which may be appropriate to certain taxpayers and should be considered...

Retirement Planning Educational Seminar – 18.04.19

 For many, retirement is about sun-soaked holidays, leisurely rounds of golf and much more. Let’s make your retirement vision a reality!

Educational Events – 18.04.19

   Fairstone Financial Management NI are pleased to announce dates throughout the year for their educational events programme. The first of Fairstone’s four FREE events will take place on Thursday 18th April in the Dunadry Hotel, Antrim.

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Spouses missing out on valuable tax breaks

  New data reveals that thousands of widows are missing out on valuable tax breaks on money inherited from their late husbands or wives.

Saving for retirement

  It’s easy to push saving for your retirement to the back of your mind. Future events have a habit of feeling very distant, until they arrive. It can be a difficult thing to keep track of too; with nobody helping you along the way or checking up on your savings, putting a retirement plan...

Love yourself, love your finances

  We’ll be the first to admit that your personal finances aren’t the easiest thing to fall in love with. It can be easy to bury your head in the sand when it comes to both your regular expenditure and investments.