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How to Wisely Invest £1million if You Win the Lottery!

Reading Time: 7 mins We’ve all dreamed about winning the lottery… but what would you do if you actually won the jackpot? Aside from buying property, helping out friends and family, and maybe taking a fun trip abroad – how would you invest £1million for a steady financial future? It’d be incredibly tempting to spend every penny on luxury … read more

What Is a SIPP?

Reading Time: 5 mins Planning for retirement is often confusing and stressful. With various types of pension schemes available, how do you know which is best for you? There’s a lot of choice out there, so we’ve put together an article covering what you need to know  about SIPPs, and whether they might be the right option for you. … read more

5 Golden Rules for Beginner Investors

Reading Time: 6 mins With current savings rates not beating inflation, stocks and shares looks like the only way to grow your wealth. But how do you get started investing without risking everything in one go? Beginner investors – we’re here for you! These golden rules for investors will help you map a plan to start investing even small … read more

Saving vs Investing: What’s the Difference?

Reading Time: 5 mins If you’re looking to grow your money, it’s likely that you’ll have a few questions. What’s the best way to grow money quickly? What are the differences between saving vs investing? When should you choose one over the other? Can you, actually, do both? Let’s look at the key differences between saving your money and … read more

What Is a Tax Wrapper?

Reading Time: 5 mins When it comes to investing there are a lot of aspects you can’t control – but fortunately, tax wrappers are there to help you. There are several different types of tax wrappers to choose from. Each individual tax wrapper has certain characteristics that make it more, or less suitable for certain types of investments. Spreading … read more

Should I Buy the Dip on the Stock Market?

Reading Time: 5 mins Due to the coronavirus outbreak we’ve seen some of the worst weeks on the stock market since the 2008 financial crash. Even the generally stable FTSE 100 suffered its largest one-day crash in March this year since 1987. That being said, when the stock market plummets it often actually proves to be a great time … read more

Is It Time to Change Pension Provider?

Reading Time: 5 mins Pensions. They’re something that we probably don’t spend a lot of time thinking about. Talking pensions might not seem essential, especially when we’ve got lots of other expenses eating away at our pay packets. The benefits of a different pension provider might seem complicated or intimidating. It might just be one of those boring bits … read more

Three Ways to Invest £10,000

Reading Time: 6 mins There are so many ways to invest a lump sum of £10,000, it can often be confusing to know what to do. Let’s take a look at three of the most popular choices for investing. The three main investment options you have for a large sum of cash are savings, stocks and shares, and pensions. … read more

Benefits for over 60s

Reading Time: 20 mins Turning 60 needn’t be a milestone to dread: there are plenty of things to look forward to, including a host of exciting perks and freebies, and a number of incredibly valuable benefits for over 60s. This article came about when we were asked a question: With this in mind, we have tracked down the best … read more

Financial health check: Top ten reasons you need one

Reading Time: 5 mins Guest article from unbiased.co.uk, the UK’s number one site for people seeking professional advisers writes about why you need a financial health check.   You should never ignore those little aches and pains – they can quickly turn into something more serious. And what’s true of your physical health is just as true for your … read more

Easy Ways to Make Your Children Rich (In the Future)

Reading Time: 7 mins You might be wondering how you can possibly invest for your children now. Don’t panic! Child Trust Funds weren’t the most money-effective way to save for your children. We’ve got some better options for you here. This is our guide to investing for your children to make sure that they have a glittering future ahead … read more

11 things to do before tax day on 5th April

Reading Time: 6 mins The end of the financial year – 5th April – is fast approaching, which also means the start of a new tax year and things you need to do before tax day. So, there are some simple things to do before 5th April to save yourself some serious money before the next tax year begins. … read more

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