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    – More than two-thirds of self-employed women (71%) do not have any form of pension savings

    Six in ten (61%) self-employed women believe they are not saving enough for their future according to analysis from Fidelity International’s Generation Self-Employed* report.…[Read more]

  • Steven-Everatlas posted an update in the group Group logo of FinancialFinancial 1 day, 6 hours ago

    There are so many life lessons parents can pass on to their child but one which is often overlooked is teaching them the value of money. Yet teaching them about pounds and pence in an increasingly cashless society can be hard.

    Money, savings and investment may seem complicated so, ahead of Talk Money Week (12 – 18 November), Richard Stone, C…[Read more]

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  • Personal investors remain undecided on who to vote for ahead of General Election

    Over three quarters of investors believe the Conservatives understand the needs of personal investors best, but would like to see parties promise stability in the tax system and continued support for incentives to invest.

    With the much talked about General…[Read more]

  • UK hovering at six-year lows but London market is roaring back to life

    Following the Halifax HPI released this morning, the following comments from Lucy Pendleton, founder director of independent estate agents James Pendleton, may be of interest:

    “The market is hovering around six-year lows and is unlikely to move off the rocks until there is s…[Read more]

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  • Half of Brits opt against financial advice

    Yet advised clients are twice as confident about their retirement prospects

    48% of all adults in the UK have never taken any financial advice
    44% of those believe they can manage it themselves, rising to 57% of over 65s.
    However, advised clients are twice as confident about achieving their target…[Read more]

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  • How important is the IPO meltdown?

    David Jane, manager of Miton’s multi asset fund range, comments:

    “One of the major roles of equity markets is to supply capital to young and growing businesses. In recent years, however, companies have relied much more on private capital in the form of venture capital for growth finance. For this reason, the…[Read more]

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    Comment: As Bitcoin hits 11, regulation is the next step to increasing adoption

    Bitcoin is 11 today and it’s hard to think of any other invention or development in modern times that has had such an impact in such a short time.

    What began life at the height of the 2008 financial crisis as an idea for how people could exchange cash without b…[Read more]

  • 1.8m British expats in EU should register now to vote in the UK’s general election

    British expats need to ensure that they are registered to vote in the UK’s forthcoming general election this December sooner rather than later.

    This is the warning from the CEO of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organ…[Read more]

  • Ten Questions You Should Be Asking Your Investment Manager
    Why isn’t more of my money in low-cost ETFs?
    This is at the core of what is plaguing our industry. It’s not a lack of investment knowledge or understanding about markets and how to build effective tools for investors. The problem is the conflict of interest that exists between you and you…[Read more]

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  • Will the 14 million Britons in poverty continue to be neglected throughout the general election campaign?

    The calling of a general election on December 12th will provide the electorate with an opportunity to change the face of a parliament that leading Government ministers are calling “dead”. There are however, more poignant stakes at play,…[Read more]

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