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What does rising inflation mean for mortgage holders?

Published: November 15, 2021 by Jennifer Armstrong

Inflation in 2021 is expected to hit 4%. Inflation means the cost of living will rise and, for mortgage holders, knock-on effects could mean the cost of a mortgage becomes higher. From grocery shopping to electronic goods, prices are rising. … Continue reading

Do you have more than £10,000 in cash? You could be missing out on investment returns

Published: by Jennifer Armstrong

How much money do you hold in cash accounts, like a current account or savings account? Figures suggest that millions of people are in a position to invest but are missing out on potential returns because they’re choosing cash. A … Continue reading

Dividend Tax rate rise: Could it affect you?

Published: by Jennifer Armstrong

Dividend Tax rates are set to rise, and it could affect the amount of tax you pay. The chancellor announced a hike in Dividend Tax rates, along with the introduction of a new Health and Social Care levy, to help … Continue reading

5 financial steps new parents should take to protect their family

Published: May 20, 2021 by Jennifer Armstrong

In the first nine months of 2020, there were 464,437 new babies welcomed across the UK, according to the Office for National Statistics. That’s more than one baby every minute! If you’re among these new parents, or know someone that … Continue reading

First-time buyers, have you considered financial protection? The risk could be higher than you think

Published: March 15, 2021 by Jennifer Armstrong

As a first-time buyer, there are lots of expenses going out. You may have put off taking out a financial protection policy because of this, or you may think it’s not important. However, the risks could be much higher than … Continue reading