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Parents financial planning for university

university planning for parents

If your offspring are flying the nest next month to university you’ve probably got mixed feelings. You may feel happy for them but wondering if you’ll feel bereft/glad that you won’t be getting woken up at 3am when they come home from the nightclub.   You’ve probably also done most […]

How can I look after my employees’ financial wellbeing?

financial wellbeing

In these tricky times, how do you as an employer remain profitable whilst trying to look after the wellbeing of your employees? Many employers ask us what an acceptable level of employee benefits is and of course this has to fit within their budget.   The pension Since around 2012, […]

Financial planning for later life

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Financial planning – Why it’s better for your money to outlive you? When we put together a financial plan, we use a mortality of age 100 because we don’t want you to run out of money. We also use a financial planning forecasting tool to help you “see” your financial […]

Why organising your finances is good for your mental health

finances and mental health

Why is organising your finances good for your mental health? Mind, the mental health charity says:   It’s those nagging thoughts in the middle of the night that cause us to lose sleep, cause gut busting anxiety and yes, it can become a vicious cycle leading to depression, relationship issues […]

Why financial planning is good for your mental health

Financial planning and mental health

Peace of mind is a phrase that’s used a lot, particularly by financial organisations.  Here at Robson Laidler Wealth we would say that it’s about understanding where you are, where you want to get to and how to get there.  Inevitably, this gives you confidence about the future, and that’s […]

Happy Financial Independence Day

funding support

On 25 April the world celebrated Financial Independence Day. So, what is Financial Independence? Well, according to Wiki it’s “the status of having enough income to pay one’s living expenses for the rest of one’s life without having to be employed or dependent on others.” Sound good? But how many of us actually know how […]

What is Financial Independence Day?

financial independance

There is a “movement” doing the rounds at the moment, FIRE, “Financial Independence Retire Early”.  It’s based on the bestseller “Playing with FIRE” by Scott Rieckens. Scott was so fed up with his life he decided to quit the rat race, cut his expenses in half so that he could […]

Investment: Investing, Speculating or Gambling?

investment gambling

Everyday it seems I’m getting queries from clients asking whether they can buy individual shares through the investment accounts that we manage.   These queries are likely to be generated as a result of the sizeable gains seen in some stock prices since last March after the pandemic effects took […]

What is green, clean and kind money?

good money week

The coronavirus pandemic has been a wake-up call for many of us in various senses, but especially when it comes to finances. That’s why the theme of this year’s Good Money Week is ‘Clean Slate Green Slate’, encouraging people to consider green investment options, particularly as nearly 40% of us […]

Advice for young families saving for their future

Danielle Knowles

Today to support Financial Planning Week are some top tips from our paraplanner Danielle Knowles for young families saving for their future whilst looking after their loved ones…   I am Danielle, a 37-year-old mum of two to Charlie 5 and Daisy 3.   Working in financial services makes you […]