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Are you looking for peace of mind when it comes to your money? Our Independent Financial Planners help remove stress about money for people in Cranleigh by offering a clear explanation of your choices and options. By working with Informed Choice, you can achieve your financial goals in life and make those important decisions with confidence. Whether you need impartial advice on retirement, investment management, care fees planning or your overall Financial Planning, we are here to guide you through the money maze so you can get what you want out of life. Call us on 01483 274566 or complete our enquiry form (http://www.icl-ifa.co.uk/contact/) to arrange your meeting.

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  • Sundial House, 20 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8AE
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Middle class care fees rip-off

In news that comes to a shock to nobody, apart from perhaps the Daily Mail, MPs have reported that self-funders in residential care homes...

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Divorce lawyers and pension IFAs pairing up

If you're going through a separation and divorce, you need excellent professional advice.

People in this situation will rightly consult a...

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What's worrying financial advisers?

The results of this research by Prudential are interesting, showing that most financial advisers believe Brexit implications pose a...

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Shrinking £1 coin

Today sees the launch of the new £1 coin. 

We've not been able to get our hands on one yet, down here on the Surrey/Sussex border, but...

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48 hours until Brexit begins

Business Insider is reporting that Article 50 will be triggered at 12.30pm on Wednesday, just 48 hours from now.

Prime Minister Theresa...

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Bank of mum and dad is lending like crazy

First time buyers are increasingly reliant on financial support from the bank of mum and dad, which has dished out £2.8bn of assistance. 

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State pension age must rise again

The publication of a much anticipated independent report has suggested millions of people will be working for longer before claiming...

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Informed Choice at the Master Investor Show

We are looking forward to attending the Master Investor Show in London on Saturday.

Around 4,000 investors are expected to attend the...

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One in seven have made no retirement provision

Start early, save regularly. That seems to be the secret to successful retirement planning.

This new research from Prudential has found...

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Care fees regional lottery

This new analysis from Royal London has found that the typical person entering residential care in later life will face total bills...

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Price inflation surges to 2.3%

The economists got it wrong, again.

Despite widespread predictions of inflation rising to 2.1% for the year to February, the Consumer...

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Don't let the tax tail wag the investment dog

Within the world of Financial Planning, this is a popular expression; don't let the tax tail wag the investment dog.

It means that...

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Happy as a...Norwegian?

Today is the United Nation's International Day of Happiness and they have published their latest World Happiness Report.

This annual...

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Cancelled care home contracts

I often write about the funding crisis in adult social care, which is particularly acute in England.

With local authority funding under...

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How to develop a fulfilling retirement

This article in the Guardian is excellent and recommended reading for anyone approaching retirement.

We often tell people that retirement...

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If possible, make a u-turn ahead

You can call it a u-turn, climb-down or chaos. 

What seems clear is the Chancellor has egg on his face after cancelling proposals made in...

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Gin, bike helmets and adult jigsaws

The basket of goods and services used to calculate price inflation is changing.

The latest updates made by the ONS see the addition of...

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Another Scottish independence referendum?

I'm a big fan of Scotland. 

One of my first jobs was working for the Scottish insurer Standard Life, which meant regular trips to their...

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Would you date someone with debt?

To what extent does debt influence relationship success?

According to this report from the New York Post, 58% of Americans wouldn't marry...

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Standard Life star fund manager Cumming quits

The FT called on me for a comment this afternoon, following the news that David Cumming has quit Standard Life Investments.

Cumming is...

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How low will the scammers go?!

I received an email the other day from a client, asking for my opinion about an investment opportunity she had read online.

She had come...

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Price, value & vertical integration

In the second of my videos with Paul Miles from Silverback Consultancy, we talk about the sometimes thorny subjects of price, value and...

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Are you ready for £20,000 probate fees?

Probate fees are due to rise sharply at the start of May.

For the highest value estates, it will cost £20,000 for a family to execute the...

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Choosing your own path

On Saturday evening, as part of the Informed Choice sponsored Cranleigh Literary Festival, I attended a talk about WWII heroine Violette...

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Aberdeen Standard or Standard Aberdeen?

News broke over the weekend of a proposed merger between Standard Life plc and Aberdeen Asset Management plc.

If shareholders and the...

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August 2019 deadline for PPI claims

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has set a deadline of 29th August 2019 for making payment protection insurance claims. 

This leaves...

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