Keith Churchouse: Time to make a change

'Name it and own it'

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Keith Churchouse has set his fellow advisers a challenge for 2022: make one deliberate and positive business change for the year ahead. Here he outlines why now is the time...

New Year's resolutions abound at this time of year, with many advisers detailing their views on what the public should think about for their money planning over 2022. Sure, the topics are likely to feature the rises in inflation and interest rates, along with possible future changes to pension rules and the growing focus on ESG investment. All great topics, and it is easy for the formative months of the year to sweep you away as we head towards the end of the tax year when looking after your clients. Hold fast for a moment! What's it going to be for you this new year? More time, more ...

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