What is a Debt Management Plan?

January 6, 2012

After the excesses of Christmas many people decide to lose weight or perhaps address the other figure problem – their debts. If debts have become difficult to manage, now might […]

What is the problem with the Eurozone?

December 16, 2011

At the formation of the Euro currency it was hoped that it would provide countries with permanent low German-style inflation of 2% pa; reduce the cost of cross-border trade and […]

What are the economic prospects for 2012?

December 9, 2011

Many global indicators are predicting weaker economic growth of 2.5% for global GDP. The industrialised world is likely to grow at 0.9% with developing economies growing at 5.1%. The USA […]

What will I leave behind me when I die?

December 2, 2011

Most people think that when they die, their debts will ‘die with them’. This impression couldn’t be further from the truth and usually the debt is borne by the deceased’s […]

What is the current economic outlook?

November 11, 2011

Quilter, a specialist bespoke investment management, recently issued its autumn 2011 Market commentary. Global economic growth is slowing and attention remains focused on the policy paralysis in Europe. Political discord […]