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Your essential guide to ISAs

ISAs are an incredibly important part of many financial plans, whether you’re saving for a short-term goal or investing for a long-term one. In fact, over ten million adults saved into an ISA account in 2017/18.

Whilst ISAs have been around for 20 years, the product range and allowance has changed considerably in that time. As […]

July 3rd, 2020|Blogs & Vlogs|0 Comments

What does the coronavirus mean for my mortgage?

Millions of Brits have faced losing their jobs or a reduction in pay as the coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses to take action. Some firms have been forced to close due to the nationwide lockdown, whilst others will have reduced working hours or laid off staff to minimise losses during uncertain times. For some, it […]

April 20th, 2020|Blogs & Vlogs|0 Comments

Coronavirus, life insurance and Critical Illness cover: what will and won’t pay out?

With more than 1.8 million confirmed cases of coronavirus worldwide and fears that up 80% of the UK population will fall ill as a result of the global pandemic, many people are looking to their insurance providers to clarify what will and won’t be covered.

If you have not received any clarification directly from your insurer, […]

April 20th, 2020|Blogs & Vlogs|0 Comments

5 ways the government is helping the self-employed during the pandemic

The current coronavirus pandemic has had a significant impact on the UK and global economy. If you’re self-employed, you may find that contracts have been paused or that new work has dried up, affecting your finances in the short and long term. However, steps have been taken to provide support to the self-employed that you […]

April 20th, 2020|Blogs & Vlogs|0 Comments

Bank of England interest rate cut: What does it mean for finances?

Over the last few months, speculation that the Bank of England would increase its base interest rate has been mounting. However, the impact of Covid-19 has changed that, leading to the central bank making two cuts to the interest rate in quick succession.

Coinciding with the 2020 Budget, the base rate was cut from 0.75%, where […]

April 20th, 2020|Blogs & Vlogs|0 Comments

What does coronavirus mean for my pension and retirement?

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to dominate world headlines, here’s what it might mean for your pension and retirement plans.

The pandemic has created uncertainty in economies around the globe. As a result, stock markets have experienced shocks and over the last few weeks have seen significant falls. Fears of a recession following the pandemic have […]

April 20th, 2020|Blogs & Vlogs|0 Comments

Your complete guide to the 2020 Budget

After delays and resignation, the Budget was finally delivered on March 11th. The announcements made could have an impact on your personal finances and businesses, as well as affecting where public spending goes. The Budget 2020 document is over 100 pages long, so we’ve put together a summary of the key points from this year’s […]

April 20th, 2020|Blogs & Vlogs|0 Comments

Why financial planning is important when purchasing a home

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Your home is one of the largest purchases you’ll ever make. But have […]

January 15th, 2020|Blogs & Vlogs|0 Comments

Bank of Mum and Dad: How to understand the long-term impact

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Are you planning to give children and grandchildren a helping hand to get […]

January 15th, 2020|Blogs & Vlogs|0 Comments

10 things to do if you’re worried about your mortgage application

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Are you planning to apply for a mortgage this year? If you’re worried […]

January 15th, 2020|Blogs & Vlogs|0 Comments