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Wealth & Finance April 2017
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Wealth & Finance April 2017

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Welcome to the April 2017 edition of Wealth & Finance International magazine.

In recent news, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) enforcement activity remained elevated through the first half of fiscal year 2017, according to new research from Cornerstone Research. The data show an increase in actions involving broker-dealers, issuer reporting and disclosure, and securities offerings.

Looking ahead, we find out that Weenie Business Solutions in Swindon believes that entrepreneurs in the UK need to get ahead of the digital tax rules arriving in 2019. While
HMRC’s ‘Making Tax Digital’ plans are still sending shockwaves through the business community, Amelia Bishop of Weenie Business Solutions believes that, “everyone can plan for change and find bespoke solutions.”

I hope you enjoy reading this edition.

Jonathan Miles, Editor

 

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Wealth & Finance March 2017

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Welcome to the March 2017 edition of Wealth & Finance International magazine, which contains a compelling range of features on banking, property, consulting, wealth management and legal issues plus much more.

Virtually all (98%) institutional investors globally have some degree of concern that inflation will reduce the real value of bond yields over the next 12 to 24 months, new research (1) by Managing Partners Group (MPG), the international asset management group, has revealed.

In other news, as this years’ ISA season ticks down its final days, people keen to ‘use it or lose it’ to help protect themselves from Brexit fallout (rising inflation and turbulent stock markets), can choose the Abundance ISA which invests in renewable energy projects typically paying 6% to 9% returns, right up to 11:59pm on April 5th.

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Wealth & Finance February 2017

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Welcome to the February 2017 edition of Wealth & Finance International magazine, which boasts a remarkable array of features on e-commerce, banking, real estate and private investment to name a few.

The start of the New Year has already brought with it some important developments for Britain’s SMEs explains Luke Davis, Co-founder of Crowdfinders and CEO of IW Capital in a special guest article.

In another comment piece, Diana Chambers, family wealth mentor and philanthropic advisor, outlines why wealth management is as much about feelings as figures.

In an inspirational interview, Allied Wallet’s tech billionaire Dr. Andy Khawaja shares his thoughts on the future of the e-commerce industry and the important role that Allied Wallet will play in shaping the future of how the world transacts.

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Wealth & Finance January 2017

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Welcome to the January 2017 edition of Wealth & Finance International magazine, which has a rich and varied range of content, including real estate, wealth management and tax plus much more!

Every year at this time, individuals and corporations renew the time-honoured tradition of making commitments to be better this year than last. For most, the intentions are good, however the results tend to be lacking writes Richard Tyler in the latest instalment of his excellent Tyler Tips®.

In comment from first direct, home ownership has fallen in most areas of the UK, according to the parliamentary Home Ownership Statistics report. While Scotland appears slightly immune to the trend, with a 0.8% rise in ownership since 2011, and ownership amongst those aged 70+ has also risen by a similar margin, other areas in the UK aren’t seeing the same growth.

I hope you enjoy reading this edition.