A reader of the publication, Investors Chronicle, asked if there was a better way to invest the money she had saved in a trust for her grandchildren.
Colin Low, Managing Director of Kingsfleet Wealth Ltd was asked to contribute his advice for the publication.
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Investors Chronicle published an article with a question from a reader – should he invest his money in shares or in a buy-to-let?
Colin Low, Managing Director of Kingsfleet Wealth was asked to give his thoughts.
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An Investors Chronicle reader asked if he would be able to pass the assets of his self-invested personal pension (Sipp) to his two daughters.
Colin Low, Managing Director of Kingsfleet Wealth, was asked for his advice on the subject.
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Investors Chronicle ran an article in February 2015 regarding venture capital trusts (VCTs).
It talked about how VCTs can be useful in building your retirement portfolio and how they can be a good source of retirement income.
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According to research, the top three New Year’s resolutions we make every year are to lose weight, exercise more, and sort out our finances.
Sadly, and predictably, most resolutions are forgotten or fizzle out before the end of January, often because we have a tendency to set unrealistic targets. We should commit to going running for 10 minutes twice a week, rather than an hour a day. We should aim to lose a couple of pounds rather than a stone. Small achievable goals may be less inspiring than grand ambitions, but a few small steps achieved are surely better than not embarking on a long journey.
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