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Long Term Care

Meeting the cost of residential and nursing care in old age is a growing issue for many people in the UK. As life expectancy continues to lengthen, more of us can expect to require some form of long-term care. This section contains information to allow you to understand the current situation and help you plan for your future. As with all the information on this website, it's purely intended as guidance - for advice on your specific circumstances you should seek advice.


Our specialist Later life Care brochure has recently been published providing a comprehensive overview that helps explain the options and solutions that are available to you and your family. Our expert advisers are members of the Personal Finance Society, the Chartered Insurance Institute, Symponia Later Life Care as well as a Certified Mortgage Specialists. To talk to one of our specialist advisers call us on 01494 451441
Meeting the cost of residential and nursing care in old age is a growing issue for many people in the UK. As life expectancy continues to lengthen, more of us can expect to require some form of long term care.

Personal Finance

Royal Bank of Scotland apologised for outages that hit its online and mobile banking services on Friday, the latest in a string of such failings at British banks which have drawn criticism from customers and members of parliament.
Support in Britain for increased levels of tax to fund more public spending has hit a 15-year high, according to a survey published on Friday, after nearly a decade of government efforts to cut its budget deficits.
British inflation jumped unexpectedly to a six-month high in August, pushed up by bigger-than-usual seasonal increases in sea and air fares and briefly sending sterling above $1.32 for the first time since July.
Britain's government will invest 2 billion pounds to address an affordable housing shortage, Prime Minister Theresa May will say on Wednesday.
British consumer spending grew over the three months to August at the fastest pace since January, chiming with other signs the economy has picked up some steam in mid-2018, a survey from payments firm Visa showed on Monday.

Pensions

cit unexpectedly widened in August, driven by subdued tax receipts, a rise in the state pension and higher EU budget payments, but Chancellor Philip Hammond probably still has room to ease his grip on spending later this year.UK
Finance: Scotland’s longest established fintech, Origo, is ready, willing and able to give single screen access to our pensions
STATE PENSION in the UK is paid to all Britons, provided they have paid enough National Insurance. But what happens if you have lived abroad or want to retire abroad?
More than one in four master-trust pension schemes – which look after the retirement savings of millions of savers – are set to close.
Workplace pension schemes have been warned to expect the "volume and frequency" of their contact with The Pensions Regulator (TPR) to increase as part of a "new approach" to pensions regulation.