Questa News

Questa's trip down memory lane

Posted on: 19th June, 2015

There's nothing like a black and white photo for a trip down memory lane and we couldn't resist sharing this one of Managing Director, Anthony Hoskisson and Mortgage Adviser Sue Garrod.

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Questa Chartered's sponsorship is pitch perfect!

Posted on 22nd May, 2015

Lytham St Annes YMCA U8s and U15s footballers are celebrating after rounding off a successful season.

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Questa Supports St George's Day Festival

Posted on 16th April, 2015

Questa Chartered will be teeing off for charity at the St George's Day Festival Golf Tournament on April 23rd.

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Pedal Power for Fylde surgeon's charity

Posted on 12th March, 2015

Questa Chartered will be pedaling for charity when Managing Director Anthony Hoskisson saddles up for a bike ride from London to Paris.

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Twitter followers love quirky sign sponsored by Questa Chartered

Posted on 30th January, 2015

A quirky message board sponsored by Questa Chartered aimed at parents of junior players at Fylde Rugby Club has been a hit on social media.

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Supporting sporting youngsters on the Fylde

Posted on 26th November, 2014

Questa is once again sponsoring The Gazette's AllStars Awards, recognising young people on the Fylde who love sport.

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Questa quoted in prestigious industry publication

Posted on 21st November, 2014

Questa Chartered Director Stuart Dewin has been quoted in a prestigious industry publication on investment portfolios.

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Financial Planning Week with Questa Chartered 23-29 November

Posted on 14th November, 2014

Questa Chartered offers free 'Financial Planning Surgeries' during Financial Planning Week

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We are recruiting

Posted on 9th October, 2014

Questa Chartered is growing and we need the right people to grow with us.

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Pension fund boost announced by the Government

Posted on 30th September, 2014

Those looking to pass on their pension fund received a boost when the Government confirmed they're following through on their promise to scrap the current 55 per cent tax charge on death.

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