Year: 2021

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2021: A Year in Review

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As we approach the end of another year, we here at Face to Face Finance are wrapping up the year, looking at what’s happened as well as thinking about what our plans are for 2022. So, in this article, we’re writing up our year-end review, giving you a whistle stop tour of some of the…
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Eddie Teddies Goes to a Christmas Market

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Hello Friends, Last weekend there was a Christmas market in the city and I went along with Mum and Dad. This Christmas market pops up every December and we love to go and get into the festive spirit. There are lots of stalls full of Christmas decorations, yummy food and brilliant present ideas. If you…
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Time in the Market, Not Timing the Market

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Here at Face to Face Finance, we’re all about keeping it simple with financial advice that’s easy to comprehend and effective. But, is every piece of conventional wisdom truly worth following? You might have heard the aphorism “time in the market, not timing the market” before. It’s one of those pieces of financial wisdom that…
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Meet Doug: Eddie Teddie’s Dog

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Hello friends, I have some very, very, very exciting news – I got a dog! His name is Doug, he’s a Corgi and he’s a very good boy.  I have wanted a dog for a very long time. I ask Mum and Dad if I can have one for every Birthday and Christmas but they…
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An Ageing Population: The Impacts and Solutions

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We’ve all heard the news stories about how the population is getting older. But what does it mean when we say that the population is ageing? What effects will it have? Are there any solutions? In this article we’re going to bring you details on what an ageing population could mean for you. Obviously, there…
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The Face to Face Guide to the Autumn Budget 2021

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You might be forgiven for thinking that you’ve only just finished hearing about the Budget… This year, the Chancellor has announced two! The Autumn Budget 2021 saw Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveil a number of measures on spending and tax, focusing on transitioning to a “post-Covid” economy. There are a number of significant changes in this…

Norfolk Business Awards Finalists 2021

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We are very excited to announce that we have been announced as finalists in not one but two categories at this year’s Norfolk Business Awards! Julie has been shortlisted in the Business Person of the Year category. This award celebrates individuals who have implemented plans which have helped their business to flourish. With the introduction…
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Stamp Duty Holiday Ends: What You Need To Know

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At the beginning of October 2021, the stamp duty holiday ended. This policy had been in place since July 2020, and was essentially a temporary cut on stamp duty, designed to help those whose finances had been affected by the Covid pandemic. A lot of people across the UK took advantage of the stamp duty…
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Eddie Teddie and the Bees

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Hello friends! Are you looking for a new book to read? Well, I have just the thing – I have written my third book, Eddie Teddie and the Bees, and it is out now! I was inspired to write my latest book after learning about bees at school. I like to raise money for charity…
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National Insurance Contributions Due To Rise Next Year

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In our recent articles, we’ve been giving you our analysis of some of the Government’s recent changes to taxes, health and social care and pensions. In our last article, we discussed the upcoming changes to social care costs, and mentioned that they would be funded by an increase in National Insurance Contributions (NICs). In this…
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