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Jun 24, 2022

BLOG: 10 tips for retirees to protect finances in a bear market

If you’re retired or retiring soon, you’ll probably be worried about falling markets. Here are 10 tips for weathering a bear market and protecting your pension savings.
Jun 23, 2022

Food price hikes: How to find discounted yellow sticker deals

Grocery bills are on course to rise by £380 a year, heaping pressure on already stretched households. If you’re looking to cut back on your food costs, here are tips to help you...
Jun 20, 2022 teams up with consumer champion Helen Dewdney has joined forces with best-selling author and consumer champion, The Complaining Cow – Helen Dewdney – to provide our readers with tips, information and action p...
Jun 17, 2022

DIY investors: 10 common mistakes to avoid

For those without the help and experience of an adviser, here are 10 common DIY investor mistakes to avoid.
Jun 10, 2022

Investors start to regain their confidence: Portfolio ideas

If the latest figures from the Investment Association are anything to go by, investors appear to have regained some of the confidence they lost during a torrid start to the year.
May 31, 2022

BLOG: The option for savers who have disposable cash

It’s normally hard for somebody to make the decision of what to do when faced with extra money. Be it a bonus from work or inherited money, the same question stands; what should ...
May 27, 2022

BLOG: The most important ‘wrapper’ for children

The cost of living and the cost of raising a child is spiralling. So, how do you save for little ones as prices rise? For me, one of the most important wrappers for children comes ...
May 26, 2022

BLOG: Why fine wine might be a better investment than you thought

Against the backdrop of war, rising inflation and market volatility, alternative asset classes have come to the fore, and fine wine is gaining investor attention.
May 19, 2022

Annuity rates up 20%: Key points to consider aside from income

When people decide to take an annuity, they’re generally only interested in the top rate. While choosing the highest income sounds obvious, there’s more to it than that.
May 15, 2022

National Children’s Day: Financial planning for toddlers, teens and young adults

Today is a celebration of kids and young people and the importance of a happy and healthy childhood. But what should our children (and parents) be thinking about from a financial p...
May 12, 2022

BLOG: Why digital infrastructure is a no brainer for growth

Digital technologies came to the fore during the pandemic. But they’re here to stay, and I fell there is a significant long-term opportunity.
May 06, 2022

BLOG: Back to emerging market basics

Amid the tragedy of the Russia – Ukraine war and ongoing uncertainty in markets, UK investors are grappling with rising interest rates, energy price hikes and inflation eroding t...
May 05, 2022

BLOG: The marshmallow test to grow your dividend income

Doing the marshmallow test with your kids is fascinating – watching the play of emotions across their faces, and how they wriggle in an effort not to reach out and scoop up the s...
Apr 29, 2022

BLOG: Funds to ‘set and forget’

“Everyone has a plan 'till they get punched in the mouth'.” Find out why investors can learn from a boxing legend's mistakes, plus fund tips to get you started on the right tra...
Apr 22, 2022

Five tips for borrowing responsibly during the cost-of-living crisis

With soaring inflation and bills, many people will look to affordable credit to spread the cost of day-to-day spending. If you’re looking to borrow money, here are five top tips ...
Apr 04, 2022

BLOG: Four last-minute ISA suggestions

With so many uncertainties in the world right now, investors could be forgiven for leaving their investment choices until the very last minute.

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