IBOSS have been providing outsourced investment solutions to financial advisers and planners for nearly a decade. Their investment proposition and quarterly client review service sets them apart from their peers. The same investment philosophy runs through all their propositions, and their team-led approach, coupled with their independence, leads to better … Continue reading
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the whole team at Deep Blue. Please note, our offices will be closed over the Christmas period from 22nd December 2017, re-opening on Tuesday 2nd January 2018 at 9am.
Congratulations to Becky and Sean on the safe arrival of Zachary William born 02/07/2017 (Becky’s birthday) weighing in at a whopping 8Ib
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is an annual international health campaign organised by major breast cancer charities every October to increase awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure. This year, once again, Deep Blue is supporting the ‘Wear it Pink’ … Continue reading
On the 3rd July 2016, crowds gathered in Lymington for the annual Lymington Italia Festival. The day consisted of a magnificent parade of 50 Ferraris and a delicious Italian food market. As a sponsor of the event, our director Andrew Peters was proud to present a cheque for the funds … Continue reading
On the 22nd June 2016 the team at Deep Blue attended a glamorous gala dinner at the Mayflower Theatre, the first ever to be held on stage in the theatre’s 88 year history. The special black tie event was in celebration of the 30 years that have passed since the … Continue reading
Introduction of the Lifetime ISA (Lisa) With effect from April 2017 the government have proposed a new Lifetime NISA that will be available to everyone under the age of 40 and the total amount you can save into a NISA will be increased to £20,000. Initially the maximum that you … Continue reading
Who would you like to inherit your business? If one of your shareholders dies or suffers a critical illness, their shares will usually pass to their beneficiaries. To regain full control of the business, the surviving shareholders (or the business) will need to buy the shares back. But they might … Continue reading
It’s widely reported that as a nation, most of us don’t have adequate financial protection in place should the worst happen, with it being suggested that more than half of us don’t have any cover in place at all. Although it may not be a pleasant conversation, it’s essential to … Continue reading
Following the introduction of pension flexibility in April 2015, changes are being made to the pensions tax rules. In a HM Revenue & Customs document published alongside the Budget (16 March) the changes are as follows:- Removing the requirement that a serious ill-health lump sum can only be … Continue reading
This lovely photo was taken last week by our receptionist Claire.
Equity markets have suffered a difficult start to 2016, with global share prices falling by around 5% in the first full week of trading. The trigger for this has been, once again, concerns about China. To followers of chaos theory, the Chinese butterfly has flapped its wings and caused a … Continue reading