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POSITIVE ECONOMIC NEWS IS TEMPERED BY GLOBAL COVID CASES CONTINUING TO RISE

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

Bumper retail sales in the US and a reduction in the number of people being laid-off painted a positive picture, made even better by further reassurance from the central bank that they have no plans to pull the rug away for a while.

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Greenwashing sustainable investments

By Peter McGahan

Categories Business Finance, Financial Planning, Investment

Those looking to invest in ESG (Environment, Social and Governance) believe they are buying into investments, which serve society well and displace the above, but this isn’t always the case, and accessing the knowledge to know what you are potentially mistakenly supporting, is vital.

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What is sustainable investing

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Business Finance, Investment, Pension

We have a choice. When we purchase services or goods, or invest money, we can buy them by throwing our money into a fast flowing river.

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VACCINATION PROGRAMMES HELP TO FEED THE POSITIVE NARRATIVE FOR EQUITY MARKETS

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

Progress has been patchy so far. While Israel, Bhutan and the Seychelles can all boast of vaccination rates of 60 per cent or more, so far only 10 countries have given at least one dose to more than 30 per cent of adults, while the average rate of the major European economies is around 15 per cent.

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Is the old investment world gone

By Peter McGahan

Categories Financial Planning, Investment

Trust me, pension funds as well as ISA's are invested very differently and the results are very different.

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Tax day soaky damp squid

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Inheritance Tax, Investment

In simple terms, businesses and individuals could find themselves having to pay two year’s tax in one year.

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