Three things your clients may call you about this week …

What made financial headlines over the weekend?

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Post-election checklist, pension contributions and dividends - here's our weekly heads-up on the financial stories that may have caught your clients' attention over the weekend …

Six steps to survive post-election financial uncertainty Top ‘click-bait' from the Financial Times this weekend as this article brings together the thoughts of a number of its personal finance writers on how readers might "take back control" with some prudent financial planning as they seek to prepare themselves to navigate "potentially volatile times ahead". The article notes the combination of a weak government and "a loudly ticking clock on the UK's Brexit negotiations will undoubtedly rattle investors" - not to mention the questions being raised over the future direction of tax and...

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