he New Year is time to take stock, to review our personal circumstances and to make new year’s resolution. The key to peace of mind is a well-written Will. In this edition of the Appleton Times, we provide you with a few easy to follow tips with respect to your Will and Estate file in order to provide you with the pace of mind ready for the new decade.
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The third quarter of the year was again held to ransom to a large degree by the continuing trade tensions between the United States and China, which continues to raise fears of a global slowdown. Further uncertainty surrounds a no-deal Brexit and the drive to potentially impeach President Trump.
We are delighted to bring to you the August edition of the Appleton Times!
Remembering that September is Wills month, the newsletter is designed to bring to you important information regarding Wills and Estates and to answer any questions you may have relating to Fiduciary Services.
In this regard, we would appreciate your feedback on the Appleton Times and in particular, what you would find valuable for us to cover in the following editions.
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Fear, confusion and uncertainly surround many aspects of Wills and Estates Administration. This is an unnecessary and disempowering state of affairs. At Appleton Fiduciary Services, we seek to address this. We believe that open, regular and informed communication with our clients and their heirs is empowering and helps ensure their peace of mind, often during difficult times. To this end we will be publishing a quarterly newsletter, the Appleton Times, that will not only keep our clients and their heirs up to date on Fiduciary Services, but will also serves as a platform for answering queries and questions. Enjoy the read and we would welcome your feedback! https://appleton.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Appleton-Times-Print-Ready.pdf?fbclid=IwAR0OrAkaJQi_9n2-cFRG8T_HOXmVRFkLRQPrisCtrl8EVuP2PhqjmTkWgNg
The next few months will be a fascinating time within our organisation. We will be developing and growing into not two, but in fact three separate operations, all with very different business models and objectives, and all with their own identity and exciting future.
The bigger business gets, the higher the expectations that it will do good and act in a socially responsible way. Yet, after decades for corporate social responsibility programmes across the globe, critics note that there is precious little to show and in fact, the public’s trust in big business is declining. This has propelled business to rethink its role in society and morph from programmes of corporate social responsibility towards new policies of creating shared value. This article discusses this important shift.