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MARKETS TAKE THE SPREAD OF OMICRON VARIANT IN THEIR STRIDE AS 2021 HEADS FOR A CALM YEAR END

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

While Omicron continues to spread rapidly there are positive signs the vaccines are still functioning well enough to avoid the worst-case scenarios.

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Think smartly and sustainably as you plan for a financially healthy 2022

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Long Term Care

When you spend, buy things which are sustainable and will last rather than having to keep replacing regularly.

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Inflation proofing our money is essential particularly in today’s very unknown markets

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Long Term Care

Those most hurt right now are savers. With inflation running at 5.1 per cent and some of the best fixed rate savings at just over 2 per cent, the average saver would be losing c3 per cent per year and that is excluding tax.

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PANTOMINE SEASON BEGINS AS THE BANK OF ENGLAND PLAYS TO THE GALLERY

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

We were expecting the bank to do nothing and a 0.15% interest rate rise is about as close to nothing as a rate rise can be.

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Be on your guard as Christmas scammers are on the loose

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Long Term Care

Do not expect them to play fair. Studies show that psychopaths have reduced connections in parts of their brain which are responsible for sentiments such as guilt and empathy, as well as fear and anxiety.

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COVID CAUSES POLITICAL PROBLEMS BUT MARKETS APPEAR RELAXED ABOUT THE SPREAD OF OMICRON

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

The matter of who knew what and when about a Number 10 Christmas party (sorry, workplace gathering) has dominated politics this week and the government attempted to distract from a self-made crisis by reintroducing some Covid restrictions.

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