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BLOG: The government must stop penalising elderly travellers

Elderly travellers and those with health issues hoping to take a break this year are being doubly penalised through an anomaly in the tax system.

Insurance | 19 Sep 2014
cherryreynard

BLOG: ASOS - A lesson in over-optimism

The recent troubles at ASOS highlight an important lesson about investing in the stock market - growth is not enough.

Investments | 16 Sep 2014
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BLOG: Long term care - The elephant in your financial plan

Maike Currie Associate Investment Director at Fidelity Personal Investing discusses an often neglected part of financial planning - budgeting for long term care.

Insurance | 14 Sep 2014
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BLOG: Bubble or not? It doesn't matter

Why the insistence on trying to second guess whether or not markets are in a bubble? There is certainly an ongoing ‘bubble' of talk about market bubbles...and it's showing no sign of bursting.

Investments | 11 Sep 2014
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BLOG: The hunt for income

Stuart Reeve of BlackRock explores the options for income-seeking investors.

Investments | 10 Sep 2014
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BLOG: The FTSE and the golden rules of investment

With the FTSE reaching a 14-year high and some wary that the only way to go is down, Liz Field reminds investors of some golden rules.

Investments | 04 Sep 2014
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BLOG: The time to consider alternatives

John Husselbee, Head of Multi-Asset at Liontrust, talks about the advantages and disadvantages of using alternative investments.

Investments | 03 Sep 2014
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BLOG: Will your pension expire before you do?

David Trenner wonders if George Osborne's pension reforms have gone too far.

Retirement | 01 Sep 2014
mark-greer

BLOG: Taking the Sting out of disinheritance

Sting's announcement that he will not be passing his entire £180 million fortune to his children because he believes it would be an "albatross around their necks" has sparked a debate about inherited wealth.

Retirement | 29 Aug 2014
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BLOG: Why investors should embrace market volatility

JP Morgan's Andy Goldberg on why a little volatility is a good thing.

Investments | 27 Aug 2014
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BLOG: France - “You are the weakest link”

Is France the new 'sick man of Europe'? Jason Hollands of Tilney Bestinvest says yes.

Investments | 25 Aug 2014
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BLOG: Why Europe on the road to recovery is still good value

Now is not the time to doubt Europe, argues Jon Ingram of JP Morgan.

Investments | 22 Aug 2014
shaun-port

BLOG: What does the Scottish referendum mean for investors?

With the Scottish independence referendum fast approaching, the media is abuzz with questions around what this will mean for UK businesses, for Europe and for the integrity of the United Kingdom.

Investments | 20 Aug 2014
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BLOG: Three myths about investment trusts - and why you shouldn’t believe them

Thanks to the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) investment trusts are back in the spotlight, but so too are the myths that surround them. Simon White debunks the most persistent.

Investments | 18 Aug 2014
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BLOG: Will pressure cause the SIPP price bubble to burst?

Martin Tilley of Dentons wonders whether the self invested personal pension market (SIPP) is in for a shakeup - and what that could mean for consumers.

SIPPS | 15 Aug 2014

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