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Sep 22, 2021

BLOG: Is China an investment option you can trust?

First in, first out of the pandemic, China was expected to be the place to be for investors in 2021.
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Sep 02, 2021

BLOG: Back to school… time to invest in your child’s future

It’s back to school for many this week. And, if other households around the country are anything like ours, the past week or so has been a whirlwind of uniform checking, shoe buy...
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Aug 26, 2021

BLOG: Mind the ISA Gap

Recent government figures show that the amount of money sheltered in individual savings accounts (ISAs) surged before the pandemic. This trend is likely to have accelerated during ...
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Aug 16, 2021

BLOG: We cannot ignore the biodiversity threat any longer

Climate change made the headlines again last week after a UN Secretary General called a recent report a ‘code red for humanity’.
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Aug 13, 2021

BLOG: Is it time to make a long-term plan for lockdown savings?

It is clear that this period created a nation of ‘accidental savers’, triggered by lockdowns vastly limiting spending opportunities by shutting down entire areas of the economy...
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Jul 29, 2021

BLOG: Tokyo 2020 – a lost opportunity?

The Olympic Games are supposed to be a celebration and source of extreme pride for the host nation (remember the atmosphere of London back in 2012?). So, it seems almost unimaginab...
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Jul 23, 2021

BLOG: Budget today – your future self will thank you for it

Intentional or not, many of the things we do each day are an investment in our future self – our future health, wealth, career and happiness.
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Jul 22, 2021

BLOG: Is the UK’s mortgage boom sustainable?

The UK is in the midst of a mortgage boom – a surprising revelation, perhaps, given the economic volatility driven by the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Jul 13, 2021

BLOG: Football’s not coming home – but investors should!

Last Sunday was supposed to be the end of 55 years of hurt – unfortunately it did not turn out that way as England suffered penalty heartache once again.
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Jul 09, 2021

BLOG: Interacting with current accounts in a post-pandemic era

The pandemic has impacted core parts of our lives, none more so than our finances. From shifts in employment to changing spending habits, our attitudes to money are not the same as...
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Jul 09, 2021

BLOG: The power of regular investing

Recently, a colleague told me a story about helping her boyfriend to buy his first investment fund.
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Jun 29, 2021

BLOG: How to tick investments off your to-do list

My husband hates lists – especially when they are presented to him in a passive-aggressive manner on a Saturday morning. I love them. I make them every day and although I don’t...
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Jun 25, 2021

BLOG: Five tips to boost your credit score

Before you can get a loan, lenders want to know that you will not default on your payments. Yet, many people don’t check their credit report, which includes a credit score and yo...
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Jun 24, 2021

BLOG: Two solutions to avoid an intergenerational bust-up over the triple lock

Stripping out the effects of furlough and other wage anomalies would create a fairer deal for all.
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Jun 11, 2021

BLOG: Euro 2020 – Which teams and funds should you be backing?

It might be 12 months late, but football fans can finally look forward to the start of Euro 2020 today.
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Jun 03, 2021

BLOG: How can you safeguard your retirement spending?

One of the most difficult questions you face if you’ve just retired is: will your pension last for as long as you are likely to need it?

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