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We're on the road again! Join us for top financial planning tips
The New Model Adviser® On The Road events are returning for a fourth time. This time round the events will be taking place in Glasgow, Manchester London, Bournemouth and Chepstow.
Meet our new team member!
In a few days’ time we will be joined by a brand new journalist: Henrietta, an artificial intelligence.
IFS: why we are all going to pay more tax
The director of think tank The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has said that we will all have to pay more tax to be able to sustain our current living standards.
The future of the freedoms: will annuities make a comeback?
When the starting gun was fired on the pension freedoms, there was a raft of speculation about product innovation in the retirement market. So far demand for annuities remains stagnant, but will they make a return?
Spring statement: What to expect from next week's speech
It's being briefed as one of the lowest-key fiscal statements in recent political history, so what exactly will happen when chancellor Philip Hammond delivers his Spring Statement?
Podcast: International Women's Day special
Leading lights came together for a round table discussion in honour of international women's day
Team IFA: join in The Great British Portfolio Playoff
Take part in the The Great British Portfolio Playoff, an opportunity for New Model Adviser® readers to pit their professional portfolio skills against their peers in a league system.
The best and worst of Valentine’s Day tweets
In honour of Valentine’s day we looked back at some of the best Tweets about this significant day.
Double the lifetime allowance? 14 views on Andy Bell's idea
Earlier this week we published an article by AJ Bell chief executive Andy Bell, which called for the lifetime allowance to be doubled to £2 million. Here's what some of you thought about the proposal.
Welcome to the Jungle: Gemma Siddle's music milestones
Eldon Financial's Gemma Siddle outlines her career in advice so far...through music.
Exclusive: pensions minister urges self-employed to start saving
Pensions minister Guy Opperman has said that the government is still committed to its manifesto pledge to help the self-employed save for retirement, but in the meantime has urged the self-employed to start pension saving.
Webb: I was not reassured after 1825 bought my IFA
After Standard Life's consolidator arm 1825 bought out his financial adviser, Steve Webb reveals his concerns about restricted advice and product recommendations.
Adviser profile: Martin Cawley of Devonshire Wealth Management
Martin Cawley of Devonshire Wealth Management says cashflow modelling still marks new model firms out from the majority of UK advisers.