Articles tagged "investing"

Banking on ‘No’

Monday, September 29th, 2014

WHAT DO YOU WANT FROM YOUR INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL ADVISER (IFA)? Independent financial advice is the obvious answer, but everyone’s circumstances, character and aims are different. Some are more concerned about protecting what they have than increasing the size of their ‘pot’. Others like to take risks and speculate. The IFA will point out the benefit […]

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Financial News Round Up for the Week Ending 23rd November 2012

Friday, November 23rd, 2012

Welcome to Worldwide’s regular financial news round up, slightly damp and clad in wellington boots after the torrential rain the UK has been receiving. But on the plus side, the weather is likely to have given umbrella manufacturers a boost. Every cloud has a silver lining… As always, if you have any queries, call us […]

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Ethical Investment Week

Monday, October 29th, 2012

October saw the 2012 National Ethical Investment Week, the fifth year that there has been a focus on investing in companies and funds whose aim is to make a positive difference to people and the environment. To follow on from that, we’ve brought together some of the most up to date information about ethical investing, […]

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Investments, Pensions and Technology

Friday, October 12th, 2012

We’re taking a slightly different approach to pensions and investments this week and going via the world of new technology. If you’re thinking that the worlds of pensions and technology such as smart phones couldn’t be further apart, well, it might be time for a rethink. We’ve heard from many of our clients who haven’t […]

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Individual Financial Planning

Thursday, June 14th, 2012

Is it true that individual financial planning is easier than planning for couples or families? It can be, but as with many things, it depends on your individual circumstances, including whether you have chosen to be single or not. There may be fewer factors to consider when planning your future as a single person which […]

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Buying Corporate Bonds – Is Now a Good Time?

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

With Bank of England interest rates remaining at a record low, we’ve been asked by a few of our clients whether they should be buying corporate bonds. In short, there’s no simple answer to this. As with many things, it depends on your circumstances and what you want from your investments. Your best starting point […]

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Investing In A UK SIPP

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Which Retirement Road to Take? Given recent Government rulings about pensions, retiring in your mid-fifties might seem like a far-fetched dream. But is it possible to have a pension scheme flexible enough to allow you to retire at the age of 55? One of our readers asked us recently about what kind of pension scheme […]

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Financial News Round Up for the Week Ending 20th January 2012

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

Week ending 20th January 2012 Welcome to our weekly news round-up for the week ending 20th January. Dominating the financial news this week have been downgrades and drops – with Standard and Poor’s rating downgrades of several EU countries, including France, and a 0.6% drop in the UK inflation rate. Interesting times… • EDF Energy […]

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Stock Market Predictions 2012

Friday, January 6th, 2012

Stock Market Predictions for 2012 – it’s Fear and Greed Again It’s almost as difficult to avoid New Year predictions at the start of January as it is to avoid tinsel at Christmas. Particularly predictions about the Stock Market. Newspapers are full of experts predicting what will happen to the Stock Market in 2012 and […]

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Savings Accounts For Children

Friday, October 28th, 2011

Junior ISAs: kick-starting the savings habit? The Junior ISA launches on the 1st November, after much fanfare from the government. It all sounds good at first glance – a savings account for children which is a mini version of an Individual Savings Account (ISA), with a tax-free contribution allowance and access allowed when the child […]

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