Year: 2019

Calculating your investment risk profile

Calculating Your Investment Risk Profile

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For those of you who already invest, you probably have a pretty good idea of what an investment risk portfolio is. For those of you who don’t, this summary is for you. A risk profile is an evaluation of an individual’s willingness and ability to take risks. When it comes to investment, risk and return…
Eddie Teddie and the Norfolk Wildlife Trust

Eddie Teddie helps out with the Norfolk Wildlife Trust

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Hello Friends! Do you remember when I told you about conservation work last year? Well, I’ve been giving it a go again. Myself and the Face to Face Finance team went along to help at a conservation day with the Norfolk Wildlife Trust at Foxley Wood. Foxley Wood is one of The Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s…
Inherited ISAs

Inherited and Flexible ISAs: Part 2

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Following on from our last blog post about Flexible ISAs, we are continuing to look at recent ISA changes. In part 2, it’s the turn of the Inherited ISA. So, what exactly is an Inherited ISA? An introduction to Inherited ISAs In 2015 a rule was introduced to make it possible for an individual to…
Flexible ISAs

Inherited and Flexible ISAs: Part 1

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By now, we’re sure you all know that having an ISA is a tax-efficient way for saving towards your financial goals. Since their introduction in 1999 they have grown and developed significantly. Over the next couple of articles, we are going to take a look at two of the latest changes; Flexible ISAs and Inherited…
Eddie Teddie learns to row

Eddie Teddie learns to row

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Hello Friends, I don’t know about you, but I love to try new things. You never know when you might discover your next favourite hobby. This month I tried my paw at rowing! I went along to Yare Boat Club with Julie and Emma. They both work at Face to Face Finance who sponsor two…
My House is my Pension

My house is my pension

What do you do if your pension doesn’t look like it’s going to provide you with enough income when you retire? You either work for longer or look to your assets. If you are a home owner, one of your biggest assets is likely to be your house. In an ideal world, no one should…
Intergenerational Planning

Intergenerational Planning

If we were to ask you where you would like your home and money to go when you pass away, you’ll probably say to your family, and that is no surprise. You have worked hard to earn what you have and besides, it’s a parent’s prerogative to look after their children no matter what their…
Plastic Free July

Eddie Teddie is giving up plastic for July!

Hello Friends! This month, rather than focusing on saving money, I am focusing on saving the planet! To do this I am taking part in Plastic Free July. This means that I have to avoid using single-use plastic, helping to reduce plastic waste. Single-use plastic includes things like plastic bottles, drinking straws and food packaging.…