8th June 2021

Did you find yourself spending a lot less during the pandemic? If so, you’re not alone. Recent statistics from Aldermore Bank show that households reduced their spending by £110 per week on average, as the UK became a nation of…

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8th June 2021

The graphics below list 12 of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals that we can help you target to actively invest in areas that matter most to you.  With the help of our independent researchers, we can identify the…

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8th June 2021

As investors today, we’re all aware that every investment we make will affect our world in some way. The question though is how do we balance the need to generate high returns with choosing investments that have a positive environmental…

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8th June 2021

We can learn a lot from our fair feathered friends right now. Here in Petersfield, my commute home often sees me walking through the Heath in the stunning South Downs, where its picturesque boating lake is currently awash with bird…

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26th February 2021

In December we shared ways to mitigate inheritance tax, protect your family from financial hardship and the new Lasting Power of Attorney service and witnessing wills by video. This month we are covering: Spring Budget Redundancy and pension planning Pension…

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22nd February 2021

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has issued a warning to potential investors in crypto assets – virtual currency – such as Bitcoin. Crypto means secret so its not surprising that this form of currency is often synonymous with links to…

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22nd February 2021

The Pensions Dashboard Working Group has been set up to help make pensions easier to understand. Individuals will be able to view their pensions via their chosen dashboard. Pension providers will be required to ensure the data they hold is…

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22nd February 2021

The Chancellor has pledged to launch Britain’s first “green sovereign bond” this year to meet growing investor demand. Already used in Germany and Sweden, this will be the first of a series of initiatives to help the Government build a…

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22nd February 2021

Surprisingly, inflation grew to 0.6% for December, up from the November rate of 0.3%. Despite the lockdown, with many pubs, restaurants and non-essential shops closed, it still remains well below the Bank of England’s 2% target. The rising cost of…

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22nd February 2021

Not quite the usual Christmas festivities for our office outing last year, but despite the pandemic we enjoyed ourselves hugely. On a cold and rather dank December morning, we all headed off for an Alpaca Walking Experience. After a talk…

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