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Pension tax relief knowledge gap

How well is the tax relief on pensions understood? Research suggests not well at all, potentially undermining saving motivations.

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Retirement spending surprises

Recent research has cast a new light on retirement spending habits.

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Inflation climbing: what's going on?

In April, UK inflation reached a level not seen since the early 1980s – many people’s entire adult lives.

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Buy-to-let tax changes bite with rising interest rates

Changes to tax rules made some years ago could soon inflict financial pain as interest rates rise.

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The Chancellor's May economy statement: all about energy

In late May, the Chancellor announced new measures to counter the rising cost of living, in particular energy prices.

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The state of retirement in 2022

An annual survey from major investment manager Abrdn has provided a snapshot of people who have or plan to retire in 2022. Wherever you are in your retirement planning, the research offers an interesting insight.

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12% interest on student loans? Not so simple

In theory, high inflation should mean high interest rates for student loans. But it is not that simple.

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Inflation: getting real about returns

With inflation edging ever closer to double digits, the way you think about investment returns may need to change.  

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Time to take AIM with your ISA?

The tax benefits of ISAs can extend to inheritance tax.

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Higher rate taxpayers: no longer a select club

Higher rate taxpayer numbers are rising sharply, and if that’s you, then independent financial advice is now more important than ever. 

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