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Investment market update: September 2021

Published: October 5, 2021 by Jennifer Armstrong

While the direct impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has lessened for many economies, businesses are now struggling with the indirect consequences, such as supply chain issues. From microchips to aluminium cans, firms around the world are facing challenges getting hold … Continue reading

The home renovations that boost your property’s value

Published: October 1, 2021 by Jennifer Armstrong

Spending money on your home can help you create a practical, beautiful space for your family. With more time spent indoors over the pandemic, it’s no surprise that home upgrades are at the top of many homeowners’ agendas. As well … Continue reading

7 steps to take when you receive an inheritance to make the most of it

Published: by Jennifer Armstrong

Receiving an inheritance can be life-changing. It could provide you with the financial security to pursue your dreams or make significant changes to your lifestyle. However, it can be overwhelming, and you may worry about making the “wrong” decision that … Continue reading

Why money conversations are important for you and your loved ones

Published: by Jennifer Armstrong

How often do you discuss your finances? In the UK, talking about money and our long-term financial plans are often still seen as a taboo subject. Breaking down this barrier could help you and those who are important to you … Continue reading

Why you need to complete an expression of wishes alongside your will

Published: by Jennifer Armstrong

You may have thought about who you’d like to benefit from your assets when you pass away and written a will to ensure your wishes are carried out. However, you may have overlooked what you’d like to happen to your … Continue reading

Consolidation: Why it could help you beat the challenge of keeping track of pensions

Published: by Jennifer Armstrong

Your pension might not be something you think about often. Unlike your current account or even ISA, it could be decades before you’ll be able to access it. So, it’s not surprising that keeping track of pensions isn’t a priority … Continue reading