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Logic continues to grow!



Lewis Semakula joined the Logic team last year as a Trainee Paraplanner so we asked him to pen a few words about his experience so far…



Life after university can be daunting. You go from being very comfortable in a cycle of lectures, revision, coursework and exams, to completing your degree and

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So this is Christmas…and what have you done?

Well, quite a lot actually!

As another year draws to a close, the Logic team got together recently to plan for the future and identify the challenges we will face in the coming months.

And what really stood out was the magnitude of the changes we have experienced in 2018.


The team looks a

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Life expectancy improvements grind to a halt

One of the great success stories of the last century has been improvements in life expectancy. In 1900 in Britain, life expectancy at birth was about 47 for a man and about 50 for a woman.

Fast forward to 2018, and life expectancy has improved dramatically; to 79 years for men

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Attitudes towards retirement and personal finances

What are the public attitudes towards saving for retirement, automatic enrolment into a workplace pension and household personal finances?

Those are the questions set out to be answered by the Office for National Statistics in their Wealth and Assets Survey.


Their latest release of data, which are preliminary estimates for July 2016 to

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Ride London 100 charity event


On Sunday 29 July, two of the Logic team cycled 100 miles to raise money for Parkinson’s UK.

Here’s Guy’s account of the ride he and Lindsey did in honour of his late father.


Now get this…
Wow, that was tough…but we did it, crossing the finish line in front of Buckingham Palace

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Goodbye to Deborah

At the end of June we said farewell to Deborah Simon, who retired from Logic Financial Services Ltd.

To mark the occasion, a selection of clients, friends and colleagues (both old and new) attended an event at Phyllis Court in Henley.

It was fantastic to see so many people at what is a

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