That is the question on many people's lips as they consider the General Election outcomes of last week.
You may remember that it's been almost four and a half years since commission was banned from most aspects of financial advice sales,
You may remember that it is just over a year ago since the State Pension was overhauled at the beginning of the tax year 2016/2017.
Historically, the end of the tax year is a busy time in a financial planner’s calendar and it is good to report that April 2017 was no different for the team at Chapters Financial.
Chapters Financial has noted an increase in enquiries, from both new and existing clients, about providing protection in the event of ill health or death.
With much ado, a snap election was called by our Prime Minister for 08 June 2017.
If we were to ask you to look back in your past to points of note, would they be a memory of a good / bad time, or a monetary value?
Decades ago (sadly) when I started my career in financial services, I was taught at the outset that you should 'seek to understand and then be understood'