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Don't let excessive fees eat away at your wealth

Don't let excessive fees eat away at your wealth

Story 22/05/19

Many investors are unaware of the investment fees and charges they pay, and how these may be impacting the value of their investments in the long term. We look at what you need to know.

Monthly economic commentary: May 2019

Monthly economic commentary: May 2019

Story 16/05/19

Our chief economist, Colin Warren, looks at how, as we approach the third anniversary of the UK's decision to leave the EU, the Brexit vote has affected the UK economy in his latest economic commentary.

3 reasons why opting for an annuity can still make sense

3 reasons why opting for an annuity can still make sense

Story 07/05/19

While annuities are not as popular as they once were, a significant number of retirees are still purchasing them. Austin Broad, group head of advice at AFH, looks at why they may be worth considering when it comes to retirement.

Creating a savings strategy based on multiple pension pots

Creating a savings strategy based on multiple pension pots

Story 01/05/19

The average British worker will have six jobs in their lifetime, with this figure rising to 12 for millennials. This can mean multiple pensions pots, which could make retirement planning complicated. Here's what you need to consider.

How to protect your investments in uncertain times

How to protect your investments in uncertain times

Story 26/04/19

With the uncertainty of Brexit and fears of a global economic slowdown, we look at some of the best ways to ensure your investments remain as safe and secure as possible during uncertain times.

Is a buy-to-let investment worth it?

Is a buy-to-let investment worth it?

Story 23/04/19

Multiple tax changes and the uncertainty surrounding Brexit hasn’t played in landlords’ favour, deeming a buy-to-let portfolio somewhat risky. But is all really lost?

Monthly economic commentary: April 2019

Monthly economic commentary: April 2019

Commentary 18/04/19

Our chief economist, Colin Warren, looks at what’s causing investors to become increasingly cautious over the possibility of a US recession in his latest economic commentary.

Welcome to the 2019/20 tax year - here’s what’s changed

Welcome to the 2019/20 tax year - here’s what’s changed

Story 08/04/19

The 2019/20 tax year kicked off on 6 April 2019. We’ve summed up the most important updates to ensure you’re prepared for the new tax year.

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