Investments & Savings

Pearson Solicitors and Financial Advisers is uniquely placed because of our ability to integrate investment, debt, risk and tax advice into a seamless financial strategy. 

Making the right financial decisions is now more important than ever. But this is not easily achieved without the right expert and ongoing advice.

At Pearson Solicitors and Financial Advisers our main aim is to ensure the money you have works harder for you - to maximise your investments and provide the security and income you require now and in the future.

Whether you are an experienced investor or, as yet, thinking about creating a portfolio, we can guide you to the most appropriate types of investments, taking into account your tax, income and growth requirements.

Our experienced team will help you take advantage of a range of options. Contact us today to book a free initial appointment.

Latest News

Is IHT Simplification On the Way?

More than 550,000 people die annually in the UK and half of those deaths require the completion of Inheritance Tax (IHT) forms, which are not straightforward and can be a daunting burden at a difficult time for families. However, only 5 per cent of estates...

Overcautious Approach Means Compensation for Pension Scheme Member

With significant losses being reported in 'pension transfer scams', it is no surprise that when the administrators of a pension scheme receive a request to transfer a pension to a new scheme, they are expected to conduct an appropriate due diligence process....

Quality of Occupation Determines Tax-Free Status of Residential Property Gain

The supposition that residential properties are exempt from Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is a common, but incorrect, one. You would think, for example, that if a person only owns one property, sleeps there quite often, has post sent there and tells the council...

Ignorance Not a Reasonable Excuse for Tax Disclosure Failure

When an 18-year-old woman bought a derelict end terrace property in London in 2006 and sold it to developers the following year, she made no entry on her tax return, believing that principal private residence relief applied. Having made a 'discovery' of the...

What is the Tax Status of Compensation for Financial Product Mis-Selling?

Is compensation paid to individuals whose businesses have failed due to mis-selling of financial products subject to Income Tax? In a decision that will disappoint many victims of bank wrongdoing, the First-tier Tribunal (FTT) has answered that question in...