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The “Pandemic Economy”: One Year On

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At this point, it sounds a little obvious to say that the pandemic has drastically reshaped the economy. We all know that Covid-19 has impacted the economy massively, globally, and in ways that nobody could have anticipated even 18 months ago. But, while we all know that the economy has been affected, it’s worth digging…

Webinar | PIPSI – 5 Steps to Planning Your Finances

We’re always keen to educate people when it comes to finances. Recently, Emma and Ralph hosted a free webinar for the Norfolk Chambers of Commerce and we would love to share it with you. This webinar was all about planning your finances using PIPSI. Emma and Ralph walk you through the process which will help…
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UK Budget 2021: Our Run-through

Yesterday, the Chancellor of the British Government, Rishi Sunak, announced the budget for 2021. It’s important to keep up to date with these announcements, as the budget broadly sets out the national picture for saving and spending, and there can be real impacts to your household or business finances. To help, here’s our run-through and…

Helping your child become a millionaire!

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We’ve written before about how to save for your children. You may have heard of some of the options – junior ISAs, bonds, trusts – before. But we left you with a tantalising promise to let you know how you can help your child become a millionaire. Well, here’s the lowdown. Pensions for children (child…

How to save for your children

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From before they’re even born, children are expensive! But as they grow up, these costs are likely to get bigger and bigger. Driving lessons, first car, university, weddings, first home…that’s a lot of money to find. If you want to help your children get off to a strong financial start, it’s a good idea to…
The impact of Covid-19: are you having enough for retirement?

The Impact of Covid-19: Are You Saving Enough For Retirement?

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Scottish Widows has released their 2020 Retirement and Savings Report. It was an interesting read this year, what with Covid-19 dramatically changing our everyday lives. It has been a challenging time both personally and financially for a lot of people. Many have found themselves juggling their finances whilst being furloughed, or out of work for…
Pensions vs Property; which is the best investment

Which is the Better Investment; Pension or Property?

It’s not uncommon for people to invest in property as their little nest egg for retirement. For some, property is seen as a safer option in the long run compared to the volatility of financial markets which affect pensions. In fact, a recent YouGov poll found that 30% of respondents between the age of 45…
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