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Why life expectancy is a financial issue

Rising life expectancy and changing views on quality of retirement may make it more important than ever to be prepared and plan ahead.

Could you be paying a high price for pension flexibility?

Pension withdrawal is more popular than ever, but unless you understand the taxation rules around it you may end up paying a high price.

Home improvements to improve your finances this May bank holiday

May bank holiday is traditionally a time for improving one’s home and garden, but some improvements bring a greater financial return than others.

Economic commentary: Are we about to see a return to 1970s-style inflation?

Our Chief Economist looks at the prospects for increased inflation as well as central banks’ evolving attitudes towards inflation targets.

Why the Bank of England wants its own 'Britcoin'

The Government has announced a taskforce to look at a Bank of England-backed digital currency. Here’s why and how that might work.

Five ways to stamp out financial stress

April is Stress Awareness Month, and after a year of tension and upheaval, now is a good time to think about the different things that make us feel worried and pressured.

10 ways to help with passing on your estate to your loved ones

Everyone wants their family to be provided for after they’ve gone and worrying about inheritance tax is natural. Here’s ten ways to ensure you can pass down as much as possible.

Four tips for a brand new tax year

Four top tips on how to make the most of your allowances in the new tax year.

Five investment biases you may not be aware of

By being aware of our minds’ cognitive biases we can make better financial choices, as not all decision-making might be as rational as it seems.

Weekly Spotlight: Financial wisdom from classic books

Searching for inspiration? See quotes from seven classic books on how to use money wisely.

Five healthy financial habits following lockdown

We’ve put together five habits to focus on as we exit lockdown, which can help you in making the most of your finances and make more of your money.

Savings rates diminish

March is a month of COVID anniversaries, and one of the ones we need to mark is the fact that it is one year since the Bank of England base rate plunged to its current record low of 0.1 per cent.

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