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Picking and choosing: Active management as an investment belief
3rd May 2022

Picking and choosing: Active management as an investment belief

A look at how active management can help create positive client outcomes In February, Meta (formerly Facebook) crashed

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Stop price rises damaging your retirement spending power
2nd March 2022

Stop price rises damaging your retirement spending power

As inflation soars to its highest level in a decade, maximising your pension allowances becomes even more important

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Most investors should ignore the risk of major macro events
24th February 2022

Most investors should ignore the risk of major macro events

Joe Wiggins, Director of Liquid Markets at St. James’s Place, on investing through turbulent times. Russia’s attack on Ukraine is

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Understanding the different types of pensions
2nd July 2021

Understanding the different types of pensions

Most people have accumulated several pensions, and making the right choices about when and how to use them can be overwhelming.

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Why a family wedding might be the perfect reason to seek financial advice
30th June 2021

Why a family wedding might be the perfect reason to seek financial advice

If you’re looking to help pay for a couple’s special day, it’s best to plan carefully to ensure your gift is tax efficient.

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What should I do if one of my parents needs care?
25th June 2021

What should I do if one of my parents needs care?

If you’re concerned about arranging and paying for care for an elderly relative, having a step-by-step plan in place – and seeking financial advice – can help to take the stress away.

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Planning for your financial future as a new mum
22nd June 2021

Planning for your financial future as a new mum

Organising your finances, from protection to pensions, is important when you become a parent, but it can seem a daunting addition to your to-do list.

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Do you have to sell your home to pay for care?
11th June 2021

Do you have to sell your home to pay for care?

Long-term care can be costly to fund – but you may not have to put your house on the market to pay for it.

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