Wealth Management

The Benefits of Using Wealth Management Services to Manage Tax

Now that higher income tax rates have been in place for some time, it could be a good time to reassess your strategies and reconsider the implications for you or your business. To do this, you may want to call on the help of a wealth management professional. They will be able to offer you individual advice based on your specific circumstances, and give well-informed, professional guidance. Here are some of the benefits of using wealth management services to help with your tax: Professionals can keep you informed about any changes to tax legislation. They will ensure that you are fully compliant, and don’t get penalised for failing to make any necessary adaptations. They can put together plans for you.…

Property Management Services In UK

Investors and property owners have to keep looking for ways to maximise the performance of their property. To achieve that goal, they may need to hire property management services as they add significant value to the property and allow the owner to enjoy peace of mind. Below is an outline of such services. Evaluation of property to determine its worth A property management company will carry out rate studies to assess the market value of your property. The results given will assist in several issues such as insurance, determining the rental rate, and listing the property for sale among other uses. To increase the value of the property, the company may recommend cosmetic improvements as this will make it more…

Wow – £600m Bid For A Wealth Management Company

Quilter Cheviot is the UK’s second-biggest independent wealth manager and it has received a 600million takeover offer by Old Mutual, the FTSE-100 financial services group. It is said that there could be one more superior bid, while other prospective buyers such as Investec may now withdraw interest in the company. Quilter Cheviot dates back to 1771, making it one of the UK’s oldest financial services firms and Bridgepoint, the private equity firm which controls the company is said to be holding out for a £700m bid. Both companies have declined to comment and only time will tell how negotiations pan out, but it looks very likely that this ongoing saga will be drawn to a close very soon.