Keeping up to date with things

Independent mortgage advice

The value of independent mortgage advice

April 01 2016 | Category: Money advice

As a result of the credit crunch, now nearly 10 years ago, the number of mortgage lenders in the UK shrank dramatically. Over the last couple of years however we have seen the re-emergence of new banks and other sources of mortgag...

Marlborough Living feature article

Marlborough Living speaks to Andrew Tottman

February 01 2016 | Category: PR / Newsroom

The interview below recently featured in Marlborough Living magazine Andy, you have an established business based in Calne, why open a second office here in Marlborough? Since 1999 our growth has been supported from a single...

Pension freedoms - what do they mean?

Pension Freedom

March 12 2015 | Category: Latest Trends

So you’ve seen all of the press, read all about it and you’re ready to cash in your pension for a lump sum. But is that really the right thing for you to do? In a rather unexpected announcement, George Osborne revealed in h...

Who will pay for your funeral

Who will pay for your funeral?

February 05 2015 | Category: Money advice

Such a lovely topic should always start with a quip. “In the city a funeral is just an interruption of traffic; in the country it is a form of entertainment. ” ― George Ade It is said that the only certainties in life are...

Over 65 bonds

At last a decent interest rate for the older saver

January 15 2015 | Category: Money advice

National Savings and Investments (NS&I) have today launched the much awaited new issues of the 65+ Guaranteed Growth Bonds. There are two issues; a one year and three year fixed term deposits. Investment terms The invest...

Health benefits key

Health benefits are key to staff motivation

April 23 2014 | Category: Small Business Finance

Half of full time employees think health benefits packages improve their job satisfaction, according to research by Investors in People. The poll found that happy employees were seven per cent less likely to take an unnecessary...