This page includes articles that we’ve had published in specialist journals and articles that have been written about us.
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Investing Your Capital – Your 10 Point Checklist. Should you be in the fortunate position to be able to invest some of your income/capital for your future then there is a 10 point checklist you may want to refer to when making your investment decisions.
Paying For Advice – I’ve been thinking about using a financial adviser to help me with my retirement planning. I’ve read a lot about whether one should pay the adviser via commission or fees. Which payment option do you think would be best for me?
In the November 2011 issue of Financial Planner journal Ray Prince’s piece was selected as Letter of the Month, where he encourages all financial advisers and planners to offer services that are not dependent upon clients purchasing new products or having to invest money
Should you invest your money into an ISA or Personal Pension to fund for your retirement? Ray Prince discusses the pros and cons of each.
What are the 10 key questions to ask yourself to maximise your financial life? You’ll need to register at the site (which is free) to read the full article.
Rutherford Wilkinson has achieved Chartered Financial Planner status, one of a limited number of financial planning firms in the UK to achieve this.
Why kill yourself investing in pensions that you don’t need? Some doctors need to invest further into their pensions, but Graeme Urwin explains why the vast majority he agrees to work with do not need to. So why invest in your pension?
Clearing Your Finances. Ray Prince highlights the 10 key questions you really need to ask yourself in order to better organise your financial life.
Choosing an Adviser. Is it possible to find a financial adviser that will work on your behalf, without being influenced by commission payments from product providers?
Planning with the experts to meet life goals. As Financial Planning week draws to a close, Tyneside Financial Adviser Graeme Urwin highlights his work with Durham Dentist Martin Burgess to show the importance of financial planning.
Retirement income options. In the second of this two-part series, Ray Prince sheds some light on annuity alternatives when it comes to generating money for your retirement.
Retirement income options. Whether or not you have reached retirement age, you’ll need to know what your options are to generate an income from the pension funds that you’ve built up. In part one of of this two-part feature, Ray Prince discusses personal pension plans.
More Pension or more cash? With new NHS pension scheme rules in place, there are now different options available when it comes to how you receive your money when you retire. Ray Prince explains.
Associate Contracts. If a self employed associate turns out to be employed, the situation can have tax and NI implications for the principal. In the second article in the series, Tim Lee asks how this situation arises, and what the exact implications are for the Dental Principal.
Investment Planning Part 2. If your financial arrangements are anything like many other busy consultants, then it really is time to give your finances a good scrub-up. In the second of two articles, Graeme Urwin shows how.
Independent Practitioner Today March 2009
Investment Planning: Part 1. If your financial arrangements are anything like many other busy consultants, then it really is time to give your finances a good scrub-up. In the first of two articles, Graeme Urwin shows how.
Dental Tribune 9th March 2009
Protect Your Pension. Ray Prince says it’s important that you are doing all you can you can to maximise your pension position, to avoid a tax hit.
Ray Prince provides The Top 10 Tips To Spring Clean Your Finances.
North East Times February 2009
The North East’s leading business magazine recently visited Rutherford Wilkinson’s offices and profiled the company in the February 2009 issue. The title was: The best is yet to come. In these tough times, it’s heartening to know that some companies are bucking the doom-and-gloom trend.
If you’re approaching 60, you’ll be thinking about your retirement finances. Ray Prince looks at whether cashing it in is a good idea or whether it’s worth waiting a while.
Fund Performance – the cost. If you’ve an ISA or pension, it’s likely the money’s invested in an ‘active’ fund. ‘Passive’ funds are the alternative and are usually cheaper. Confused? Ray Prince unravels the jargon.
Personal Pension Plans – does the ‘best’ one really exist? Ray Prince looks at some of the issues that you should consider when planning towards your retirement.
How you feel about taking risks will influence your choice of goals and objectives when it comes to investing, says Ray Prince.
People often ask whether a Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) is an appropriate package, says Ray Prince, who aims to unravel any confusion.
Could investing in the stock market be risky, in light of the current ‘credit crunch’ situation? Ray Prince investigates.
Don’t be fooled that there is such a thing as the ‘best’ pension plan. Retirement planning will be different for everybody, depending on your circumstances, says Ray Prince.
If you have money invested in ISAs, PEPs and personal pensions (including SIPPS), do you really know who is managing your money? Financial Planner Ray Prince discusses some statistics.
Recent falls in the value of the stockmarket has caused concern amongst some investors. Should they run or should they hang on? Ray Prince explains.
Ray Prince looks at managing your exposure to investment risk and how to manage it effectively.
Ray Prince asks whether ‘with profits’ investments should be part of an investment portfolio.
New Model Adviser 22 January 2007
One of the leading weekly financial publications, dedicated to professional Financial Planners. An in depth profile of Rutherford Wilkinson.
The leading business magazine for the North East. This was written following our move to new offices in July 2006.
Ray Prince investigates the pension options available following Pensions ‘A Day’ in April 2006.
Ray Prince discusses the options available to protect your family in the event of premature death or illness.
The New Generalist Summer 2006
Graeme Urwin explores pension planning and the ‘A Day’ effect on part-time GPs.