Importance of Investment Diversification

There are two things that affect everybody, death and taxes. Both are inevitable in your lifetime and this inescapability is something you have no control over. In the investment world, the equivalent of ‘death and taxes’ translates to become ‘inflation and economic sentiment’, the components that make up the systematic or market risk. There is… View Article

I know what you are thinking

I know how you think when it comes to considering the need for insurance against a serious illness “I have no family history of cancer or heart disease.” “I’m in good shape now and lead a relatively healthy lifestyle.” “I know people can be struck down with a severe illness but it won’t happen to… View Article

How Much You Should Have in Your Retirement Fund at Every Age

If you’re counting on Social Security to fund your retirement, you might want to think again. In a recent interview with Politico, Sen. Marco Rubio said the GOP is considering major structural changes to Social Security and Medicare to reduce the deficit. With less help from the government, it’s important to start saving now to protect… View Article

UK Non-Dom Tax Changes 2017

New tax regime for non-UK domiciled individuals Some of the tax changes that were put on hold by the UK Government pending the General Election are now law. This was confirmed when the UK Finance (No.2) Act 2017 finally received Royal Assent on 16th November 2017. In particular, the various changes to the tax regime… View Article