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Apr 14, 2020

BLOG: Four funds to navigate the dividend storm

The UK is in the eye of the dividend storm as nearly half of companies have scrapped shareholder payouts amid the coronavirus pandemic. But there are some options for income invest...
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Apr 02, 2020

ISA 2020: Investing in healthcare

All eyes are on the healthcare industry to help and protect the population from the coronavirus pandemic. Today and in the future, investment opportunities will be plentiful.
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Apr 01, 2020

Leaving home for food: what’s considered essential?

Government guidance suggests you should only leave your home for basic necessities such as food during the lockdown, but with shoppers stocking up on Easter eggs and lampshades, ma...
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Mar 27, 2020

BLOG: The rise of the machines – ISA investments for the future

Robots are increasingly carrying out everyday and mundane tasks we loathe to do at home and at work. While we’re still in the early stages of this disruptive trend, the long-term...
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Mar 24, 2020

Sponsored: Self-isolating is the perfect time to plan for the future

Planning your trajectory for your life and finances is rarely without benefit, but where to start?
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Mar 20, 2020

BLOG: Surviving – and investing in – lockdown with your children

As stock markets plunge and schools are forced to close to stop the spread of the virus, there will be some businesses to benefit from lockdown while parents juggle work and childc...
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Mar 13, 2020

ISA 2020: ‘Around the world in eight ISA ideas’

With thousands of funds to choose from and with just three weeks left to allocate your ISA money, you may be questioning how to find the right one.
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Mar 13, 2020

Stock market freefall at tax-year end: Don’t be put off investing your ISA allowance

Many people wait until tax-year end to subscribe their ISA allowance but with billions of pounds wiped off stock markets around the globe, don't use this as an excuse not to invest...
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Mar 12, 2020

BLOG: Why ‘green’ investments aren’t all the same

One of the most prominent investment themes of late has been how fund managers have incorporated Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors into their portfolios. But not a...
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Mar 08, 2020

International Women’s Day: Why the fight for female equality begins and ends with economics

Women around the world will be celebrating their accomplishments on 8 March but the pay and gender gap remains. The inequality begins and ends with economics but there are ways for...
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Mar 06, 2020

BLOG: Should you invest your ISA in developed or emerging markets?

Investors have just under a month to use up their £20,000 ISA allowance. But should you allocate your money to developed or emerging market equities?
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Mar 05, 2020

BLOG: Travel industry under threat from growing trend of cyber attacks

It has been a tricky start to the New Year where data security is concerned as over 1.5 billion consumers had records breached in January alone. But consumers do have rights and pr...
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Feb 28, 2020

BLOG: Life insurance is easier and more affordable than you think

We never like to think of the worst, but don’t let misconceptions stand in the way of taking out a life insurance policy.
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Feb 17, 2020

BLOG: Why investors may want to avoid big US tech stocks

The US is too big to ignore but investors may want to consider small or medium-sized companies, which still offer value, writes Darius McDermott.
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Feb 10, 2020

BLOG: Going green for the red carpet

Sustainable fashion has been thrust into the spotlight. Here’s how to keep up with the trend.
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Jan 15, 2020

BLOG: Ignore infrastructure investing at your peril

Several factors make the infrastructure sector an attractive long-term investment

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