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So, why do we love the ISA?

By Neil Chamberlain

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Monthly Money Savers

A recent Government report highlighted that, excluding the Junior ISA, we have approximately £500bn invested in ISA tax wrappers (1). It works out that on average £31.25bn has been saved each year. With that kind of investment consumers could buy Walmart (twice) and Apple (once) and still have some serious change (2).

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Inheritance Tax – the voluntary tax?

By Andrew Stallard

Categories Financial Planning, Inheritance Tax, Mortgage

The taxman raked in a record £4.7bn in inheritance tax (IHT) last year, with thousands more families dragged into paying.

Often described as a voluntary tax for people who don’t plan, it tends to be those in the middle who feel the pain.

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Brexit Signals Growing Pains for Economy - Weekly Market Commentary 16th August 2016

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Long Term Care

It has been almost two months since Britain voted to leave the EU, with the first signs of contagion really taking hold on the economy. We have learnt that economic contraction took place in July, with the manufacturing sector suffering especially.

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Rating Your Chances Following Bank of England Cuts

By Neil Chamberlain

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage

It’s been eight days since the Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, cut interest rates to a record low 0.25%. Now a week has passed, it’s a good time to examine the likely winners and losers of the BoE’s historic action.

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Bank of England Cut Interest Rates - Weekly Market Commentary 9th August 2016

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Investment, Monthly Money Savers, Mortgage

The Bank of England surprised nobody by taking the emergency action Mark Carney had promised following Brexit.

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Stay on the bus

By Neil Chamberlain

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

It is difficult to work out what is happening in the real world. Ignore the hype, don’t listen to the noise and be advised. It also depends what newspapers, TV news or websites you read. There is an array of competing and confusing information out there.

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