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House damage to first time buyers

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Monthly Money Savers, Mortgage

Coming out of university with a heavy debt, high rents, and no ability to save a deposit, it’s easy to see how young people are disillusioned.

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GOVERNMENTS HANDLING OF COVID CRISIS IS COMING UNDER INCREASING SCRUTINY

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

Current Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga will face a challenge to his leadership as the ruling Liberal Democrat Party has called for a vote of his leadership in the face of growing criticism of his government's handling of the pandemic.

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House price bubbles?

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Mortgage

June showed a sharp annual rise of 16 per cent in prices of detached houses in the UK compared to nearly half that in flats/maisonettes.

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THE FEDERAL RESERVE START THINKING OF TALKING ABOUT TAPERING

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

Jerome Powell, chairman of the Federal Reserve, said "there are a range of views" on when the appropriate time to start tapering bond purchases.

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Grasping the debt thistle

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Debt Consolidation, Financial Planning, Inheritance Tax, Investment, Long Term Care, Monthly Money Savers

Debt can very quickly become a habit and I often hear comments about affordability of purchases based on how much it is per month, rather than the ability to buy outright.

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CONSUMER SPENDING TAKES OVER FROM GOVERNMENT STIMULUS AS THE DRIVER OF POST-COVID RECOVERY

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

The latest numbers show annual US consumer inflation remains high, at 5.4 per cent, but the month-on-month increase has begun to slow.

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