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Omni Financial Ltd is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority.

 

Omni Financial Limited is Registered in England and Wales under reference 05501958. Registered Office: 1 Townsend Road, Harpenden, Hertfordshire. AL5 4BQ.

 

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Omni Financial Ltd

Unit D2, The Courtyard

Alban Park

St Albans

Hertfordshire

AL4 0LA

 

Tel:  01727 223 251

Fax: 01727 853 811

E:     guy.swinnerton@omni-financial.co.uk

 

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June 8, 2015

One issue in the world of personal finance has dominated the headlines for months; the changes to Britain’s pensions industry that will have profound implications for savers and retirees for decades to come.

 

Much of the focus of the reportage has been on the effects of the changes on savers waiting to retire, but there are equally far reaching changes afoot for those who have already finished their careers and are enjoying the...

April 20, 2015

No one is as wise, prudent or capable of self restraint as they think they are. When we think of a large sum of money, £100,000 say, we tend to think in terms of what it might buy: An incredible car, several years travelling round the world, a large new extension transforming our house into a dream home, or continued financial security in our old age? 

 

The latter is, of course, less exciting, less glamorous, and less fun,...

April 13, 2015

 

Here’s an unsettling mortal thought: When do you think you are going to die?

 

It’s a question we generally seek to avoid, though thanks to recent changes in the pension market, it’s a question that’s taken on a new significance.

 

Decades ago, one retired at sixty five and, on average, drew a decade of pension entitlement before departing for the sweet hereafter.

 

In 2015, some of these certainties have gone. Not only are many of...

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