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One Financial Resolution you should always make

Posted: 10th Dec 2017 by Julia O'Connor Blog
One financial Resolution

  One New Year’s Resolution that should ALWAYS be on your list… Every year when I pack away the Christmas decorations, I ask the family to write their favourite memories of the Christmas we have just celebrated and what their hopes are for the coming year. It is always heart- warming to open up the… Read more

7 Steps to Choose an Independent Financial Adviser

Posted: 1st Dec 2017 by Nick Lawson Blog
Choose an Independent Financial Adviser

What should you consider when choosing an Independent Financial Adviser? Whatever stage you are in your life, the advantages of taking control of your finances can never be underestimated for enjoying your life to the full and sleeping soundly at night! So you’ve decided the time may be right to take positive action to plan… Read more

Making A Difference – News Summer 2017

Posted: 14th Aug 2017 by Julia O'Connor Blog
Making a Difference News Summer 2017. Accountancy and Wealth Management News and Updates

  Welcome to our latest edition of Making a Difference What changes have been happening in the last 6 months that may affect your business or personal finances? What’s the latest news from the Hunter Gee Holroyd and HGH Wealth Management teams? Read on to find out!   News Summer 2017 The team at Hunter Gee… Read more

Retirement Planning York

Posted: 16th Jan 2017 by Julia O'Connor Blog
Retirement in York www.visityork.org

Retirement Planning York   What age do you hope to be when you retire? Do you have exciting plans for how you are going to spend your retirement or are you unsure of how you will fill your time? When you retire, you may find yourself with around 2,000 hours to fill each year. Perhaps… Read more

Lifetime ISAs – First Time Buyers & Retirement

Posted: 13th Jan 2017 by Susan Ruddick Blog
Lifetime ISAs

Lifetime ISAs or ‘LISA’s. There are bonuses available for first time buyers, but are they really advantageous for retirement saving? If you are saving up to buy your first home you need to know about the new Lifetime ISA. They are also designed to encourage saving for retirement.   It is important to note that… Read more

Making a Difference 2017

Posted: 10th Jan 2017 by Julia O'Connor Blog
Making a Difference 2017

Latest News Find out how Hunter Gee Holroyd have been Making a Difference in 2017… Inspirational story? Tick! Important Tax update? Tick! Independent financial advice for peace of mind? Tick! Feel good fundraising? Tick! Further information and dates to help your business to grow? Tick!   Making a Difference 2017 Catch up on the latest… Read more

Our Top 10 Tips to Pension Planning!

Posted: 5th Jan 2017 by ascensor Blog
Hands holding golden egg in a birds nest

Top 10 Tips to Pension Planning So you’re considering starting a pension? What do you need to consider and how can you make the most of the options available to you, so you can live the retirement you plan to? Read on for our Top 10 tips to Pension Planning:     It’s never too… Read more

Autumn Statement 2016: Your Finances

Posted: 29th Nov 2016 by Susan Ruddick HGH's News
Autumn Statement 2016: Your Finances

  In his first Autumn Statement as Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond provided no big surprises in his speech, with a relatively low-key set of announcements aimed at preparing the UK for an uncertain future outside of the EU. Autumn Statement 2016: Your Finances The key points that you need to consider for your… Read more

Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP)

Posted: 11th Oct 2016 by Nick Lawson Blog

SIPP – Self Invested Personal Pension – A Case Study Could a Self Invested Personal Pension Plan work for you? Our example below gives guidance on when it may be appropriate to use this option. Background Andrew is considering a purchase of a commercial property he has seen with a good rental yield available for… Read more

Brexit – the implications for your finances

Posted: 1st Jul 2016 by Nick Lawson Blog
Brexit - implications for finances

Brexit – what implications does this have for your finances? With the Brexit result on 24 June marking the start of the process of the UK extricating itself from the EU you may be thinking about how this is going to affect monies which you are holding either within your pensions or investment portfolios. Market… Read more