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Things to avoid when investing

Things to avoid when investing

To keep your investments from losing value or slowing the growth of your as- sets, avoid these common investing mistakes. There are more risks and opportunities than ever for investors to navigate in today’s rapidly evolving markets. Here are four approaches we...

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Autumn Budget 2021 Key Points

Autumn Budget 2021 Key Points

Chancellor Rishi Sunak used the Autumn Budget 2021 to invest taxpayer money in long-term plans he says will secure the economic future of the country. Everything from the NHS, schools, local transport and the culture and leisure sector appear set to benefit from the...

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Be wary of the crypto-craze

Be wary of the crypto-craze

You might be thinking about whether to invest in crypto currencies. We explain why it may not be the right choice, and how to better approach your portfolio. This year has been eventful for bitcoin, with the cryptocurrency reaching a record high and then almost...

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Get the best out of your BTL mortgage

Get the best out of your BTL mortgage

Many fixed mortgage deals will be approaching the end of their term this October, so it’s a good idea to review your buy-to-let mortgage. With interest rates still at low levels and demand for rental properties increasing around the country, investing in a buy-to-let...

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Protect your possessions with accidental damage cover

Protect your possessions with accidental damage cover

Insurance claims for accidental damage increased over the past year as more people worked from home, so it’s a good time to check your own coverage. Figures from some of the country’s biggest insurance providers have shown a sharp rise in claims of accidental damage...

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Time to consolidate your pensions?

Time to consolidate your pensions?

Employer pensions can accumulate as we change jobs, and it’s easy to lose track of how much each one contains. We explore what you need to know if you’re thinking about consolidating your pensions. When you leave a job, it’s easy to forget about the workplace pension...

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How to plan for inheritance tax

How to plan for inheritance tax

Following the news that thousands more people are expected to pay the standard 40% inheritance tax this year because of the effects of the pandemic, we explore some of the ways to navigate the complexities of inheritance tax. The complex laws around inheritance tax...

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Should we be concerned about rising inflation?

Should we be concerned about rising inflation?

Most economists expect inflation to pick up over the next few months as lockdown restrictions ease and shops and restaurants reopen. But is this a cause for concern? As lockdown measures begin to lift, financial markets are making their adjustments in anticipation of...

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Turning ‘generation rent’ into ‘generation buy’

Turning ‘generation rent’ into ‘generation buy’

New 95% mortgage scheme to help first-time buyers Lenders are now offering a government-backed 95% mortgage scheme to help more first-time buyers onto the property ladder. The government is hoping to turn ‘generation rent’ into ‘generation buy’ with the help of a 5%...

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How to make the most of your lockdown savings

How to make the most of your lockdown savings

The pandemic has reportedly created 6 million accidental savers, but what’s the best way to use this extra cash? The effect of the lockdown on millions of bank accounts has been to boost savings for people whose incomes have remained the same but whose spending has...

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Springing into action

Springing into action

Successful vaccination programmes are rolling out on both sides of the Atlantic, pointing to a brighter economic outlook. The US and UK continued their rapid vaccine programmes to combat the coronavirus pandemic, while Europe lagged in its rollout, resulting in a...

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