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‘GILTS TUMBLE AS KWARTENG’S MINI-BUDGET USHERS IN VAST ADDITIONAL BORROWING’

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Mortgage

Truss and chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng have opted for huge tax cuts as their method of jolting the UK into growth and these policies come straight from Thatcher’s playbook. However, the UK is no longer a high-tax economy with a very rigid labour market. Had Thatcher been in power today, would she have applied her 1980s’ policies to an economy that looks very different and faces a host of different problems?

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Mortgage rates and the economy

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Mortgage

UK inflation is the highest in the G7. The Bank of England wants to slow spending, but the UK government wants to give people more money to spend more to avoid an economic downturn. Read this week's article by Peter McGahan

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TENS OF THOUSANDS TURN OUT TO PAY LAST RESPECTS TO QUEEN ELIZABETH II

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning

The 11-hour line to pay homage to the Queen has attracted people from all corners of the country and all walks of life highlighting what a unifying figure she has been. The new monarch King Charles III is continuing in that vein, instantly getting people on side after losing it with a leaky pen.

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Should I downsize to save energy costs?

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Mortgage

With inflation continuing to surprise on the upside, more upward pressure is being placed on interest rates which will, in turn, put house prices under further pressure as households do not have the capacity to spend, alongside increasing energy costs. Will the time come when houses are taxed based on their ‘dirty’ energy consumption? Yes, I think so.

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END OF AN ERA AS THE UK MOURNS THE DEATH OF QUEEN ELIZABETH II

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

In a reign marked by periods of turmoil and hostility, rapid change and often amazing progress, the queen was more than a head of state but a source of stability, perhaps unnoticed until its absence. A unifying figure in an increasingly fractured country, a constant amidst rising uncertainty and a symbol of strength as we face difficulty. While the institution she embodied - perhaps more than any other monarch since Victoria - endures, it will never be the same.

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What will Liz Truss do for us?

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment

Liz Truss has stated she will take a hard line on all foreign powers from Beijing to the EU, potentially pushing a trade war from potentially one of the weakest economic positions the UK has ever been. Its economics are pretty dire. She is a supporter of rewriting the Northern Ireland protocol which, as well as rubbing up the EU, will not go down well in the USA. These are the three key trading partners. Her focus should be about building relationships with the international investors.

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