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Tuesday, 02 September 2014

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Money Matters Advice from the Experts

No financial holidays for hospitality businesses

For many hospitality businesses the end of the Christmas and New Year period marks the start of a quiet period until business starts to pick up again at Easter.

Last updated 22 January 2013
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When going into liquidation can be the best option

The situation can arise where the owners of a company wish to retire or where a company has run its course.

Last updated 18 January 2013
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Give your house the edge in a competitive market

The arrival of a new year steers many to consider moving home, particularly if any personal circumstances are driving such an important decision.

Last updated 11 January 2013
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Don’t let your holiday home dream become a nightmare

What a beautiful dream it would be to have your own holiday home – probably somewhere in the sun. But if your dream is not to turn into a financial nightmare, you should make sure that you are well prepared for the potential pitfalls.

Last updated 11 January 2013
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One size does not fit all in mortgage market

As the festive season draws to a close this time of year is traditionally a popular time to be moving home, or at least thinking about it. This, for most of us, means a new mortgage.

Last updated 7 January 2013
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What financial New Year’s resolutions will you make?

People don’t plan to fail, but they certainly do fail to plan. The start of a new year is the perfect time to review your financial situation.

Last updated 7 January 2013
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Peace and happiness come through planning ahead

Christmas is nearly upon us, and with just a few days to go I am in the privileged position of being ready for it – possibly for the first time in my life!

Last updated 21 December 2012
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History of highs and lows - and it is not all bad news

Seemingly every day, we see an article or email relating to the somewhat depressing subject of the UK national debt and its impact on the UK economy. So where did this all begin?

Last updated 21 December 2012
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Diversify to smoothly ride investment rollercoaster

As emotional beings, we often tend to be our own worst enemy when it comes to making investment decisions.

Last updated 7 December 2012
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Remortgaging may be way to cut cost or boost funds

When you come to the end of a special deal period on your mortgage, it’s worth looking to the market to see what else is currently on offer. Most lenders are keen to attract new borrowers with a large amount of equity in their homes, who are able to demonstrate a good payment history.

Last updated 7 December 2012
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Check your credit history and be armed for future

You will have often heard references to your “credit history” and how important it can be to have a “good” credit history, but do you actually know what this means and what status your credit history is?

Last updated 30 November 2012
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Seasonal confusion but no giveaways from Chancellor

The confusingly named Autumn Statement is taking place this year on December 5. I rather suspect that most of us think we are well into winter by now but perhaps it isn’t just the garden where the seasons are confused.

Last updated 30 November 2012
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Take advice before buying a ‘staycation’ investment

Millions of families have holidayed in Britain over the last few years in the belief that a “staycation” is cheaper than going overseas.

Last updated 19 November 2012
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Are your finances covered for every eventuality?

If you or a member of your household fell ill, or had an accident and were unable to work, what impact would it have on your finances?

Last updated 19 November 2012
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Will you have to reconsider your retirement pot when the FSA gets real?

Pension savers will see thousands of pounds shaved off their predicted future retirement pots from 2014 under the City regulator’s plans to give them a more realistic idea of potential returns.

Last updated 14 November 2012
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Consider getting in a fix by remortgaging now

The Bank of England base rate has been at 0.5 per cent for three and a half years. No-one knows when rates will change, but it seems likely that at some point in the future the rate will rise and this will have a knock-on effect to many mortgages that are not conducted on a fixed-rate basis.

Last updated 14 November 2012
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Make adequate pension provision your business

Working closely with those who are self-employed, I often hear people say “my business is my pension”.

Last updated 14 November 2012
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Get your home wrapped up and warm for winter

Prepare your home now for the cold weather ahead. With winter nearly here, it’s important to plan ahead and ensure that your home is adequately weather proofed and protected from the elements.

Last updated 5 November 2012
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If the taxman comes calling there are very few treats

It is the time of year when we offer goodies on the doorstep to groups of children dressed up as wizards and witches.

Last updated 5 November 2012
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Accept the risk and buy to let is still worth doing

In the past many people have regarded ‘buy to let’ as a means of making money quickly rather than as a long-term investment. The difficult economic climate of the last few years has meant that some investors have suffered substantial losses.

Last updated 26 October 2012
Published by http://www.cumberlandnews.co.uk

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