The old adage 'advisers don't pay for anything' is clearly nonsense but, notes our Armchair Critic Brendan Llewellyn, it is true in places. In these, he asks, would 'the power to withdraw payment' lead to greater quality?
It is often said - usually when advisers are not present - that advisers will not pay for anything. This is of course, nonsense. Advisers pay for most of the things they need to run their practice - just...
Biggest victory since Margaret Thatcher
Don't stop retrieving
Britons will head to the polls today for the nation’s third general election in less than five years.
Postcard Planning and NextGen Planners’ Rohan Sivajoti talks to Hannah Godfrey about how his experience in financial services as an ethnic minority differs from his fathers’, who worked in the sector some 40 years ago...
Lost to Labour's Mick Whitley
Landslide win for Tories