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BY Rachel | 20 January, 2018 | No Comments

Warren Buffet remains the world’s richest man and even if someone else were to take his place, his long-term standing as the richest man alive and the long-term investor of all times leaves everyone wishing they knew what the man knows. It is because of the hunger for wealth creation and investment in solid projects that his books are on…

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BY Rachel | 21 December, 2017 | No Comments

Workplace pensions and auto-enrolment schemes weigh heavily on many UK people’s minds, due to the significant amount of media attention the topics have been receiving across 2017.

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BY Rachel | 24 November, 2017 | No Comments

When you’re considering buying a home, there are a lot of things in your life that you have to get in order before you can make this dream become a reality. One of the things that’s going to have a big impact on your ability to get a home at an affordable price is your credit score. But for many…

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BY Rachel | 18 September, 2017 | No Comments

The pension auto-enrolment scheme is a new mandatory policy by the Government to ensure that all UK businesses contribute to their employee’s pensions, however it seems that a lot of small businesses still don’t know about the scheme even with the pending deadline to sign up imminent.

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BY Rachel | 15 August, 2017 | No Comments

It’s always good to receive a welcome – at the very least, it shows that your presence is wanted. When a business gives you that welcome, it not only shows that your custom is wanted and valued, but that there is a commitment to delivering the service for which you have paid and the reassurance that attentive customer service is…

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BY Rachel | 20 July, 2017 | No Comments

A second mortgage, otherwise known as a home equity loan, allows you to draw on your home’s equity to get cash.  You might be considering a second mortgage to allow you to undertake home improvements or education using a low interest rate loan.  With the Telegraph claiming one in seven borrowers now take out a mortgage for 35 years, can…

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BY Rachel | 26 June, 2017 | No Comments

Investing can bring highly fruitful financial returns… but, it should be emphasised, you need to be careful where exactly you invest. Investment advice website The Motley Fool says that you should look for businesses that have “a proven business model, a track record of success under a stellar management team, and catalysts that should help propel the business – and…

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BY Rachel | 13 June, 2017 | No Comments

While the direct issue of pensions may not be one that dominated the 2017 general election, it is something that should remain a key concern for voters across the UK. The government’s recent Green Paper highlighted serious concerns about the future of defined benefit pension schemes, which continue to offer reduced value to clients while driving inflated operational costs. Even…

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BY Rachel | 24 April, 2017 | No Comments

One of the biggest problems millennials have to cope with is paying off student debts.  This is in addition to other expense avenues like credit card bills, grocery bills, rent and other miscellaneous expenses that come with life as an adult.

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BY Rachel | 24 April, 2017 | No Comments

Personal finance is an important subject, especially if you are looking for ways to increase your overall wealth. Luckily, there are numerous ways in which to make the most of the money in your bank, from cutting down on costs to investing. Here are three of them.  

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