Author archives: Lissa Horton

Growing the Culture at Foresight

Working from home and keeping the team culture alive can be difficult during these COVID-19 times. But, we have worked hard to make sure we continue in the same way we did in the office. Part of this has been to keep up the element of team fun and we have found Zoom fantastic for

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The Real Value of Advice

When times are good and confidence is high, pretty much anybody should be able to generate reasonable returns.  However, in turbulent times such as these, having the support of a trusted adviser who you can rely upon to help, advise and guide you can really start to pay dividends. We see many people who have

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Foresight has it’s very own star!

We are very proud to announce that Ben Dyson, one of our Wealth Strategists, has become the Personal Finance Society’s youngest fellowship graduate in 2020. The Personal Finance Society is part of the Chartered Insurance Institute, the most prestigious recognised body for financial services professionals and Ben’s achievements place him right at the top of

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Beam – Behavioural Finance App

We have come across a fantastic App that enables you to examine your responses to certain situations. BEAM is the product of years of research and based on Nobel prize-winning theories around behaviours and their impact on your money decisions. Through a series of short, simple, but engaging games, BEAM enables you to explore, measure

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Are you financially compatible?

Valentine’s Day is all about romance.  Or, if you are more cynical, the commerce of romance. Buying flowers that are double the price they were last week, presents to show just how much you love someone – and the more you spend the more you love them. Apparently! Romance and attraction can only take you so

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Brexit: What’s happening?

Whether you were a Brexiteer or Remainer, we can all agree that the Brexit ordeal has been as confusing as it has been arduous. Even the most diligent of us have found it difficult to keep pace with the twists and turns of the negotiations; with an ever-changing cast of politicians and tabloid rhetoric only

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December 18 , 2019 / Posted by Lissa Horton / General / No Comments

Probate increases scrapped

During the General Election, we learnt that the Government has dropped its controversial plans to increase Probate fees – again. Under plans first unveiled in 2016, the minimum fee to be paid when administering an estate after death would have increased from £215 to £250, affecting all estates with assets of over £5,000 and less

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