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Tuesday, 30 June 2015

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Take a fresh look at your mortgage

Mortgages are, for most of us, our single biggest monthly expense and therefore they should be the first area you look at if you’re reviewing your outgoings.

How to grab a tax break

money109 In the current climate of cuts and tax rises it is arguably more important than ever to make the most of whatever tax breaks are available.

Download a copy of Armstrong Watson's latest Money Matters guide

Money matters thumbnail The latest issue of Armstrong Watson's Money Matters magazine includes useful articles on the best ISA deals, good news for company pension savers and a guide to boosting your income. Click on the heading to download your copy.

Homes and mortgages

Time to consider a fixed-term mortgage deal?

brampton233 The Bank of England base rate has been at 0.5 per cent for just over three years. This is both the lowest it has ever been since records began and one of the longest periods without a change in recent times.

Tax advice

Budget tax changes make it all the more important not to waste allowances

Last week’s Budget included tax changes for many of us and next week will see the start of a new tax year (on April 6 – I know it is a strange date to start the year but…).

Pensions and retirement

How to make the most of your pension contribution

Coins photo The tax year end gives us all a regular opportunity to consider taking advantage of the various tax reliefs and allowances available.
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Personal Finance News

Women losing out to the tune of £30k a year in pension savings gap

womenpension2610 The gap between the amount men and women are saving for their retirement has grown to a new high of £30,000 over a working lifetime, a study has found.
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