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  • What Will A Rate Rise Mean For You

    What will a rate rise mean for you?

    We have all become accustomed to rock bottom interest rates. The Bank of England base rate has been below one percent since 2009 and is currently at its lowest ever rate of 0.1 percent.

  • Dealing with volatility

    Dealing with volatility

    Bumpy rides in the stock market are nothing new, but they can be hard for investors to deal with. In the last few weeks, we’ve seen more stock market volatility, with energy prices and supply chain fears weighing on prices.

  • What Might We Expect From Rishi's Budget

    What might we expect from Rishi's Budget

    As the Conservative Party sets out its stall this week at the conference, many eyes will be on Rishi Sunak for clues as to how he will change our personal finances with his Budget on October 27.

  • Five Lessons For Us All As China Bans Crypt

    Five lessons for us all as China bans crypto

    If you’ve bought into Bitcoin, Ethereum or other cryptocurrencies, chances are that you have already heard about the seismic shock that reverberated through the market last week.

  • What Last Week’S Tax Change Means For You

    What last week’s tax change means for you

    The Government’s change to National Insurance and dividend tax rates last week means that most of us will end up paying more in tax. However, there are some things you can do to counter this. Here are the top things that you need to know about the changes.

  • Back To School, Time To Plan

    Back to school, time to plan

    As children across the UK return to their schools this September, it might be time for their parents and grandparents to catch up on their financial homework too.