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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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May 28, 2021

BLOG: Food for investment thought

If we are what eat, I’ve become a Salmon Sashimi – it’s been my choice of takeaway over lockdown.
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May 27, 2021

BLOG: Top five tips to spot and avoid an online or social media scam

You would like to think that in this time of heightened community spirit scams would not be something that we would need to worry about.
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May 21, 2021

BLOG: How much risk should you take with a Junior ISA

In August last year I became an aunt for the first time. Knowing that my brother and I have a very different approach to long-term financial planning, and wanting to be able to bui...
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May 20, 2021

BLOG: Tapping into the UK’s re-opening story

“This is not a recovery, it’s a re-opening of the economy.”
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May 14, 2021

BLOG: Leaseholders are viewed as cash cows in cladding scandal

The moment thousands of leaseholders had been dreading inevitably arrived last Friday – when a tower block covered in flammable cladding caught fire.
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May 06, 2021

BLOG: Should you be drinking or investing your whiskey?

Besides being many people’s favourite beverage, whiskey can also be a great addition to your investment portfolio.
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Apr 30, 2021

BLOG: What will further increases in inflation mean for household finances?

The combined impact of low interest rates and increased inflation has the potential to hit savers particularly hard, so what strategies could you adopt to mitigate the damage?
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Apr 29, 2021

BLOG: Tips on building a nest egg for your children

How can you get your children on track to having a good financial start to their adulthood?
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Apr 22, 2021

BLOG: The money lesson we should all take from the Super League farce

The proposed ‘Super League’ isn’t looking too super anymore.
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Apr 16, 2021

BLOG: Is growth or value the best investment strategy?

Which investment style is better: growth or value? It’s an age-old question in the investment world.
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Apr 15, 2021

BLOG: Don’t feel guilted into going shopping

At long last, the nation’s shops, pubs and restaurants are open once more.
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Apr 08, 2021

BLOG: What can we learn from the best performing ISA funds since 1999?

It has been 22 years since ISAs were launched in order to make saving more accessible to the mass market, and on the whole they have been a success.
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Apr 01, 2021

BLOG: Should you lease or buy a car?

Car leasing, also known as Personal Contract Hire (PCH), is growing at an exceptional rate in the UK, and it shouldn’t come as a great surprise.

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