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CORBYN’S MANIFESTO MAY NOT BE AS RADICAL AS FIRST THOUGHT

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

This week the launch of the Labour manifesto brought gasps of shock and horror from all but the most ardent Corbyn fans.

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Inheritance Tax on your pension

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Inheritance Tax, Pension

2018/19 was a great year for Inheritance Tax collecting.

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A cashless society?

By Worldwide Financial Planning

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What would a cashless society look like and what are its threats and opportunities?

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US ELECTION 2020: DON’T TRUST THE POLLS JUST YET

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

This week while the UK election got off to a blundering start, with a series of gaffs and candidate resignations, the US election is gaining momentum despite being a full year away.

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