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5 Ways a Financial Adviser Beats a Robo Adviser

This content is for information and inspiration purposes only. It should not be taken as financial or investment advice. To receive personalised, regulated financial advice regarding your affairs please consult an independent financial adviser. Technology is rapidly advancing in many fields, and financial advice is no exception. Whilst it used to be the case that […]
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Are House Prices About to Pick up Again?

This content is for information and inspiration purposes only. It should not be taken as financial or investment advice. To receive personalised, regulated financial advice regarding your affairs please consult an independent financial adviser. Predicting property prices is at least as difficult as trying to predict the stock markets. The most experienced market commentators might […]
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Will the IHT Rules Change in 2020?

This content is for information and inspiration purposes only. It should not be taken as financial or investment advice. To receive personalised, regulated financial advice regarding your affairs please consult an independent financial adviser. 2020 will serve up a new tax year and possibly a new UK government, depending on the outcome of the 12th […]
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Do You Know The State Pension Rules From 2020?

This content is for information and inspiration purposes only. It should not be taken as financial or investment advice. To receive personalised, regulated financial advice regarding your affairs please consult an independent financial adviser. The state pension has caught the headlines again as we approach the 12th December general election. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has […]
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Rising Living Costs? 8 Cost-Cutting Tips

This content is for information and inspiration purposes only. It should not be taken as financial or investment advice. To receive personalised, regulated financial advice regarding your affairs please consult an independent financial adviser. It is difficult to predict exactly what will happen to the economy in 2019-20. Yet it is reasonable to assume that […]
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UK Tax Guide: 5 You Should Know About

This content is for information and inspiration purposes only. It should not be taken as financial advice. To receive bespoke, regulated financial advice into your own financial goals, needs and situation please consult an independent financial adviser. Perhaps you are just starting your career and want a firmer grasp of different UK taxes to maximise […]
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National Insurance: How to Get the Best Deal

This content is for inspiration and information purposes only. It should not be taken as investment or financial advice. To receive regulated, tailored financial advice regarding your situation, please consult an independent financial adviser. National Insurance (NI) is effectively another kind of income tax, even if the UK government might not refer to it as […]
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Should I Invest in a Holiday Home?

With the colder months rapidly approaching, it can be tempting to daydream about a bolthole in the sun. A peaceful sanctuary for the winter months, and a lucrative rental asset for the summer. While this may be a dream come true, there are a number of practicalities to consider, and it certainly isn’t for everyone. […]
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How to Start Your Own Financial Education

Everything you could ever want to know about money is available online, but where do you start? Depending on the source (and any vested interest they might have) the most important priority could be paying off debt, investing in property, or saving as much as possible for retirement. Some swear by investing in Bitcoin, and […]
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A Short Guide to Personal “Cashflow” Planning

When you hear the phrase “cashflow planning”, a common image which springs to mind is that of an accountant bent over spreadsheets in a large corporation. It is perhaps less common to think of ordinary people and couples in their 30s, 40s or 50s trying to figure out how much money they will need to […]
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