When you’re helping relatives and friends to manage their finances as they get older, there are several questions you may want to clear up regarding their finances. Tax professionals Tax Rebate Services offer the following pointers.
Handing over a bank card to someone else is a breach of Ts&Cs. So how can those with limited mobility withdraw cash and manage money? Helen Doyle, Head of Policy & Research at the Payments Council, offers some advice.
The UK Chancellor of the Exchequer has updated some of the financial rules around tax, pensions and savings in his latest statement. We provide a round-up of some of the key changes that might affect our parents.
Associate Solicitor Stuart Adams, from Penningtons Manches LLP, shares his advice on how to deal with organisations such as banks, building societies and utility companies on your parent’s behalf when there is no Power of Attorney in place.
While many of us try to follow the goings-on of government to little or no avail now may be a good time to take note of the budget changes announced by George Osborne this week. We've pulled out a few key things that could impact your parent’s financial future the most.
Ashley Shepherd, Managing Director of Over50choices helps us take a look at the factors your parents should consider when choosing home insurance, providing helpful guides on how to find the right policy to suit their needs.
Having just been through the process of trying to buy travel insurance for someone who suffered a heart attack a couple of months ago, I’d like to add a few tips for others that we have gleaned through our experience.
If your parent is considering life insurance for the first time and faces bewilderment at the level of choice Ashley Shepherd, Managing Director of Over50Choices, offers his guidance through a diverse market.
When They Get Older has teamed up with Ashley Shepherd, Managing Director of Over50choices.co.uk, to explore the murky waters of car insurance and discover how to choose the right policy for your parent.
We’ve searched far and wide to find some useful information that may save your parents a bit of money on their energy bills. Whether you or your parent manages their gas and electricity, we’ve compiled a list of schemes and handy tips to help clarify those complex energy bills.