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Brexit – what happens now?
Late on Tuesday, Prime Minister Theresa May lost an MPs’ vote on her Brexit deal by 230 votes…
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Start saving young
Many children will have received gifts of money at Christmas, from relatives who despair of keeping up with…
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New Year, new you
Many of us will have rounded off the excesses of the Christmas break with the New Year resolution…
service sector
What’s happening to the service sector
The service sector has tended to be a consistently good performer even when the rest of the economy…
investors in 2019
Good news for investors in 2019
The end of 2018 saw some unseasonal gloom among the financial markets. Traders seemed to be convinced that…
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Watch the mortgage small print
The slowdown in the housing market may come as good news for first time buyers, who may stand…
Looking forward in 2019
Looking forward in 2019
2019 has arrived, and it’s time to start looking at what it might mean for your finances. But…
Protecting your family in 2019
Protecting your family in 2019
Christmas is a time for families. It is one of the few times of the year that we…
financial planning for 2019
A new start for the new year – financial planning for 2019
2019 is with us, and the credit card bills will be with us soon enough too.  They come…
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The time for giving
Christmas is a time for giving. But giving can be about much more than the latest computer games…
New Year Financial resolutions
Your New Year Financial resolutions
In the warm afterglow of Christmas, it’s easy to start making New Year resolutions. Cut out the Danish…
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Will you be working past the age of 65?
It is something to be celebrated that as a population we are not only living longer, we are…