The government has again promised to bring forward long-awaited proposals on social care reforms but details were not included in the Queen's Speech which was widely regarded as "disappointing" by providers.
Advisers often push clients to make a will, something that includes appointing executors. Here, Lilly Whale explores the role of an executor and offers guidance on the resulting responsibilities
Neil MacGillivray looks at ISA subscription limits for surviving spouses and civil partners and tries to make a complex tax situation a little bit more approachable
Charlene Young outlines why government moves to strip back IHT red tape do not go far enough...
Anna Davies explains the intricacies and importance of power of attorney, something advisers may wish to pass on during client conversations...
Lockdown may have been the straw that broke the camel's back for some couples heading towards divorce proceedings. Here Caroline Holley outlines tips for advisers
RP and PA are pleased to announce that nominations for the 2021 Women in Financial Advice Awards are now open.
Bob Champion looks at the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and urges advisers to brush up on their long-term care planning knowledge and skills
Canada Life has hired Lindsey Rix as UK chief executive following her departure from rival provider Aviva.
As the new tax year begins Jon Yarker talks to advisers about the challenges clients may face, including dealing with the 'stealth tax' measures from this year's Budget...