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With the Conservative’s having won their largest majority since 1987, we thought now would be a good time to reflect on some of the pledges made during the election campaign. How will the promised reforms affect you and your finances?  
You may have already made some New Year’s resolutions regarding healthy eating and exercise but could your finances do with slimming down too? The start of a new year, not to mention a new decade, is a great time to review your financial situation,...
Do you find yourself counting down to Friday each week – even when it’s only Monday morning? Do you wish you could ditch the daily commute and long hours at the office? Have you got a secret desire to drive across America or buy a second home in ...
Philpott Financial can help navigate the best route to an enjoyable retirement.
Christmas seems to come round earlier and earlier each year. Retailers start tempting ‘early gifters’ as soon as the Back to School stock has disappeared. And competitive Christmas light displays begin appearing in some neighbourhoods from as ear...
A new report by Scottish Widows (SW) has found that savings habits among younger people are rather lacking when compared with older generations. 14% of people aged 20-29 are not saving any money, whereas 20% are saving between 0-6% of their wages ...
Philpott Financial believe that goals are your future and are most important step in creating your financial plan. Your goal may be:
  • Specific income in retirement 
  • Fixed amount- Lump sum at the e...
There are two types of financial advice you can get, independent or restricted:   Independent financial advisers (IFAs): This means that they are able to advise and sell products from any provider right across the marke...