Why You Should Always Use An FCA-Regulated Financial Adviser.

Not everyone offering so-called “financial advice” is in a position to give it. And that is putting consumers at risk. Fortunately, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is helping. It regulates who can sell financial advice services and defines the rules they must follow, providing consumers with a degree of protection. Always ensure you check that an adviser is regulated by the FCA before using them. […]

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Should I Consolidate My Pensions?

40% of adults with dependents are not taking out life insurance according to research from MoneySuperMarket. The survey, which was conducted in January, found this was due to three main reasons, including: […]

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THREE Reasons Not To Buy Life Insurance

40% of adults with dependents are not taking out life insurance according to research from MoneySuperMarket. The survey, which was conducted in January, found this was due to three main reasons, including: […]

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Can I get a mortgage if I’m self-employed?

It’s notoriously harder for the self-employed to get a mortgage but there are a number of ways those who work for themselves can improve their chances of getting a mortgage. Discover four crucial ways to improve your chances of getting a mortgage as a self-employed individual in this article from BulbFin. […]

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What Is a Financial Adviser and Should I Be Using One?

There are times in our lives when we could benefit from additional financial advice. Whether you are just starting out on your big money-making journey, or you have been around the block a few times, a financial adviser can provide a lot of important tidbits of information that makes all the difference to people from […]

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What is an Individual Savings Accounts (ISA) & do I need one?

You might think that ISAs (individual savings accounts) are complicated. But they’re actually quite easy to understand. Plus, they can make your money work harder – always a good thing! In this guide, we explain what an ISA is and then run through some of your options. The type of ISA you choose will depend […]

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What Is a Pension and How Can I Make It Work For Me?

There’s no denying that everyone wants to lead a comfortable life once they reach retirement age. While some people regularly put some money into a savings pot from their twenties or middle ages, others prefer to grow their money with a pension. In a nutshell, a pension is a tax-efficient way of saving money for […]

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Should You Combine Pension Pots?

Some people only have one pension pot but according to one recruitment site, the average person will have six pension pots in their lifetime. For today’s millennials, this figure could rise, as they are less likely to stay in one job for the long term. They are more likely to have twelve jobs in their […]

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