Suspending pension contributions

Think carefully about how action taken now could affect your retirement As more people worry about money and are struggling financially as a consequence of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, it’s … Read More

Back on top in June

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Global equity markets put in a robust performance last week, gaining 2.0% in local currency terms with the US leading the way. Despite June normally being the weakest month of … Read More

Retirement finances

COVID-19: third of retirees fearful due to negative impact Six years on from pension freedoms, non-advised savers aged over 50 are facing a ticking time bomb at retirement, according to … Read More

What’s in a Dot?

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Markets last week were dominated by just one event – the meeting of the US Federal Reserve on Wednesday which caught investors on the hop. The Fed updates its economic … Read More

ISA transfers

Time to widen your range of investment choices? If you have accumulated a number of Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) over the years, keeping them all in one place could give … Read More

Inflation Probation

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Equity markets continued their upward trend last week. Global equities gained another 0.5% and are now up around 13% since the start of the year. The continuing gains, despite now … Read More

Funding long-term care

How much will it cost to enjoy life in later years? Long-term care covers everything from residential and nursing homes to home care. It is provided by a range of … Read More

Too Good to Last?

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Equity markets have started June on a positive note and, so far at least, are ignoring the fact that June is traditionally the weakest month of the year. Global equities … Read More

Goals-based investing

Are you giving yourself the best chance of success? Before you start, defining any goals you may have will help you plan, budget and choose the right investments. Your goals … Read More