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    4 important things you need to consider for Dying Matters week

    As this is Dying Matters week (6-12 May 2024), which promotes talking to family and friends about your wishes when you pass away, read our latest blog to discover four important topics you should consider before discussing your wishes with those closest to you.

  • Client Focus

    Client focus: educating our clients

    Dying Matters Week is an opportunity to promote open and honest conversations about end-of-life matters with loved ones. Sometimes when it comes to family, the most important conversations are often the ones had least, such as what will happen when you’re no longer here. This is a situation that AFH adviser Mark Sidaway experienced when the husband of one of his clients passed away.

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    5 powerful behavioural biases to avoid when investing

    These are deep-rooted beliefs and processes that humans use when making complex decisions, which could include your investments. What you may not realise though, is that if you let these biases control your decision-making process, they could result in you making choices that you later regret. So, with this in mind, read our latest post to discover five powerful biases that you need to avoid, and why falling foul of them could cost you dearly.

  • Maternal Mental Health Week

    Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week

    This week marks the beginning of Maternal Mental Health Week. We had a conversation with our Independent Mortgage & Protection Adviser, Ella Stanton, and soon-to-be-mum, about how to prepare financially for life as a parent.

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    3 powerful reasons to invest in a Stocks and Shares ISA early in the tax year

    While investing at the end of the tax year means you can use your allowance and place a substantial amount of money into your ISA, waiting until March could actually be detrimental to your wealth. As the allowance, which is £20,000 in 2024/25, cannot be rolled over to the next tax year, if you don’t use it before the start of the new tax year on 6 April, you lose it.

  • Compound Growth

    Compound growth – what it is, and why it’s vital to your wealth

    Compounding is growth you make on growth you’ve already made When you invest your money you’re exposing it to growth potential. This could be accelerated with compounding, as any growth your money enjoys is then exposed to further growth potential in the future.