RWC November/December 2018 Bulletin
1st November 2018
Welcome to our latest edition and our customary collection of articles designed to help you create and protect your wealth to be able to experience life to the full.
As a parent, guardian or grandparent, you’ll want to provide the best future for your children or grandchildren that you can. Christmas is an excellent time to encourage children to start thinking about the value of money. Many children have hundreds of pounds spent on them at Christmas, but could that money be put to better use? Turn to page 4.
Although the current tax year does not end until 5 April 2019, tax planning shouldn’t be a mad March rush. Now is the perfect time to get a head start on your tax planning resolutions to enhance your own, your family’s or your company’s tax-efficient plans for the future. On page 3, we have set out some tax tips and actions that may be appropriate to certain taxpayers.
Throughout our lives, we will have many different lifestyle and financial goals that we would like to achieve. Although we all have different goals, there are some key goals that we’ll have in common, especially when it comes to retirement. What do you want from your investments? Supplementing your income? Building your retirement pot? Read more on page 6.
A pound saved is a pound earned. But thanks to inflation, over time, the value of the pound saved could be much less than when it was earned. One cannot ignore the corrosive impact of rising prices on investments. On page 11, we look at ways investors can easily fail to prepare for the risk of inflation eroding the purchasing power of money, especially in a low-inflation environment.
A full list of the articles featured in this issue appears on page 2 – we hope you enjoy them.
We don’t know what the future holds, but a little preparation goes a long way when it comes to planning for the future. We hope you enjoy this latest edition. If you want to discuss any of the topics featured, we’re here to help. To review any area of your financial plans, please contact us..
The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate estate planning, tax advice, wills or trusts.
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