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The pain such disputes can cause during your lifetime are nothing compared to those caused after you’ve gone
FT Money writers discuss this week’s personal finance news
HSBC wants to move us to a repayment loan
Consultation also starts on end to tax-free sum on retirement
Advisers must be expert in tax, inheritance, mortgages and pensions
Market turmoil prompts renewed fears that funds won’t be able to cope with big redemptions
‘Social VCTs’ promise new option for tax-efficient investors
The ups, but mostly downs, of UK blue-chips
QE will boost shares but weaken the euro
I’m looking for somewhere to invest £200,000 for 3-12 months
Should I transfer my New Zealand dollars into pounds?
I’d like to structure a loan to me as an annuity for her
What options are available to us?
The chancellor’s move to simplify aspects of the UK’s tax regime was welcomed byreceived a qualified approval from some financial advisers, who believe the pending changes will do more to help clients than hinder them.
Gilts and corporate issues likely to suffer