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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

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5 financial podcasts to download this summer

Improving your knowledge of financial matters has never been easier with a huge selection of podcasts from experts and industry professionals. If you’re looking for a way to boost your money expertise, whether you have a particular topic in mind

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Low interest rates: Should you remortgage now?

The Bank of England slashed interest rates in March as the impact of coronavirus became clear. While it’s not good news for savers, it could offer an opportunity for mortgage payers to slash their bills. The Bank of England base

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How will coronavirus affect house prices?

The housing market has been severely affected by the coronavirus lockdown, as viewings were halted and sales that were in progress faced delays. Now there are fears that the economy will dip as a result and house prices will fall.

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Covid-19 market volatility highlights differing investment attitudes of men and women

Men and women often take different approaches to financial issues, including investing. The market volatility experienced during the last few months as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted some of these differences. But is one way ‘right’? As

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The danger of holding too much cash

How much of your wealth do you hold in cash? Whilst it’s often viewed as the ‘safe’ option, there is a danger of your assets losing value in the long term and holding too much in cash too. It’s easy

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What to do if you’ve ‘lost’ a pension

When we move home, there’s a huge list of tasks to do and providers to contact. So, it’s not surprising that telling pension providers about a new address slips the mind of many, but it means billions of pension savings

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What is the pension triple lock, and why is it important?

You may have seen recent headlines about the possibility of the pensions triple lock being scrapped in the near future. Whilst Boris Johnson has committed to honouring it, it’s still important to understand what it means and why it’s important

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Why you should have a Power of Attorney in place

Millions of Brits haven’t named a Power of Attorney. It may seem like something you can put off for a while, but it’s something we should all have in place. A Power of Attorney is a legal document which gives

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5 things to consider if you’re thinking about changing your investments

When it comes to investing, it’s often best to create a tailored financial plan and leave investments for the long term without tinkering. However, it can be tempting to make adjustments. Whilst this may be the right decision in some

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