John Bell contributes to this article on the effects of Quantitative Easing.   Read More>

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Carbon Financial Partners, a leading Independent Financial Planning and investment advice firm, has now recruited one of Scotland’s top Financial Planners. Chartered and Certified Financial Planner, Nicola Coates, has joined from Turcan Connell. Her arrival is another feather in the … Continued

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Carbon recently held an Investment Seminar at Blairgowrie Golf Club. Carbon’s Investment Director, Barry O’Neill, delivered a presentation which explained the main features of our investment proposition that led to the firm winning the coveted “Investment Adviser of the Year” … Continued

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Read Barry O’Neill’s job profile on page 6 of the Your Job section of Aberdeen’s Press & Journal. Read More>

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Join experts from Carbon, Johnston Smillie Chartered Accountants and Murray Beith Murray solicitors, who will lead an informative session on key issues which business owners should consider, from creating the business, to extracting any investment at the other end. This … Continued

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On Wednesday 30th October 2013, we will be pleased to host an Investment Seminar at Blairgowrie Golf Club, Perthshire, at which our Investment Director, Barry O’Neill, will present to our guests on the topic of successful investment without taking on … Continued

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We are delighted to announce that we have been named as finalists in two categories of the 2013 Perthshire Chamber of Commerce Business Star Awards – Most Promising New Business and Excellence in Business Innovation. We look forward to attending … Continued

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Richard Wadsworth is quoted in this article regarding the tax and financial planning issues that may arise when non-pension assets form part of a divorce settlement. Read More >

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On Monday 9th September, Carbon was proud to sponsor the Perthshire Chamber of Commerce Golf Day at Gleneagles. A fantastic day was had by all. Thanks to Fraser Band for providing the photographs.

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Read Richard Wadsworth’s advice in this article for The Telegraph. Read More >

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