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Friday, 29 August 2014

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Top tips for reducing capital gains impact

If you are considering selling something of a capital nature then you should consider the impact of capital gains tax as early as possible.

Last updated 29 August 2014
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Service takes stress out of switching

Switching current accounts is perceived to be a hassle. There are lots of things to do, including swapping direct debits, moving your salary, amending standing orders, getting a new debit card and cheque book, etc.

Last updated 29 August 2014
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Keeping check on all the monthly outgoings

If you’ve ever asked yourself where all your money goes, or you always seem to have spent your salary before the next pay day, you need to consider budgeting.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Dealing with pensions if you’re splitting up

Emotions can be strained when going through a divorce and splitting assets between the respective parties generally adds to the stress.

Last updated 22 August 2014
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Financial impacts on going separate ways

Summer holidays, children off school, too much sun……at this time of year, a lot of people feel a lot of pressure to have fun and spend quality time with the family.

Last updated 15 August 2014
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Advice on costs for the first-time buyer

If you’re planning to buy your first home there are a number of costs which many first-time buyers do not consider.

Last updated 15 August 2014
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Good agents take the stress out of letting

Letting your property can feel daunting, with the complexities of government legislation and health and safety to consider, but a good agent will ensure that the process is as stress-free as possible.

Last updated 8 August 2014
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Protect loved ones from future hardship

This article takes a look at one of the most important areas of financial planning, if not the most important. Protection.

Last updated 8 August 2014
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Make your family, not the taxman, benefit

Inheritance tax (IHT) – it’s like the elephant in the room isn’t it?

Last updated 1 August 2014
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Tips on dipping into the housing market

Buying your first property can appear a daunting experience but with the right help along the way it should not be as stressful as many would make it out to be.

Last updated 1 August 2014
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Is it time to take an interest in offsets?

The low interest rates over the last few years may have been good news for borrowers, but the same cannot be said for savers.

Last updated 25 July 2014
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Five tips to help you invest successfully

To many the world of investments is a mysterious place while to others everything is straight forward and they don’t know what all the fuss is about.

Last updated 25 July 2014
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Ten tips to help you get on top of tax

If you’re self-employed it can feel like you’re on your own, especially when it comes to tax, so here are ten points to help you keep on top of matters.

Last updated 18 July 2014
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Good time to think about fixed-rate deal

The Bank of England base rate has been at 0.5 per cent for more than five years.

Last updated 18 July 2014
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Information highway delivering benefits

Technology, environmental and efficiency improvements are leading businesses to change the way information is used and held and financial information is no different in this regard.

Last updated 11 July 2014
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More interest on your mortgage?

That headline should of course read ‘you should have more interest in your mortgage’, but it is amazing just how many people have set up what is generally their biggest ever financial commitment and never read the small print.

Last updated 11 July 2014
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Students need to be vigilant on tax issues

As the schools finish for their annual summer break soon, many students will be starting their summer jobs for various reasons; saving up for college or university next year, to fund holidays – or simply because their parents told them to get out and do something!

Last updated 4 July 2014
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They are never too young to start saving

When our children eventually fly out from beneath our wings, they are likely to start their independent lives with bills or student debt.

Last updated 4 July 2014
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Pros and cons of fixed versus variable rate mortgages

If you are thinking of moving, the first thing you need to get to grips with is how you’re going to pay for your new house.

Last updated 27 June 2014
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How to get the most from changes to ISAs

Understanding exactly what you can save into cash ISAs and Stocks and shares ISAs each tax year has not always been easy, as you could use your full entitlement if saving into a stocks and shares version, but for the Cash ISA you could only invest half the amount.

Last updated 27 June 2014
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