I am delighted to advise you that, once again, Baggette & Company Wealth Management Ltd have been awarded Chartered Status by the Chartered Institute of Insurers/Personal Finance society. As a Chartered body of more than a century’s standing, the Chartered Insurance Institute grants Chartered status to individuals and organisations that meet strict qualifying criteria. Chartered status is a symbol of … Continue reading
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According to latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) more than half of people in their twenties have no savings at all. But data has also shown that young people are less likely to be in debt. The ONS revealed that 53% of 22 – 29 year old’s had no money in savings in 2014 to 2016 compared … Continue reading
Mark Carny Warns a no-deal could see house prices plunge The Bank of England’s governor has warned the cabinet that a chaotic no deal Brexit could send house prices crashing and send another financial shock through the economy. Carney met with senior minsters on Thursday to discuss the risks of a disorderly exit from the EU. His worst-case scenario was … Continue reading
In 2002 the Labour government set up ‘Child Trust Funds’ to encourage parents to save for their children and promote financial awareness. This began with an automatic contribution from the government of £250 which was then paid again when the child reached seven, this was to be invested in cash or stocks and shares until the child turned 18. This … Continue reading
We welcomed some of our clients to the Mirimar hotel on Saturday 1st September to watch this years Bournemouth Airshow from a prime position whilst enjoying drinks and canapés. Bournemouth Airshow is into it’s 11th year and draws in millions of people to the seaside town every year which is great for our local economy, with both Day and night … Continue reading
In July UK inflation rose to 2.5% after holding steady at 2.4% in the previous three months. The cost of transport and computer games has increased. It was the first jump in the consumer prices index (CPI) since November and was in line with forecasts from the Bank of England. The Retail Prices Index (RPI) measure of inflation fell to … Continue reading