Politics Posts

Our Guide to the New Energy Price Cap

In October 2021, the UK saw a new energy price cap instituted by the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem), which established a maximum amount that energy suppliers may charge for units of gas and electricity. This cap only applies to domestic customers, but because utilities are such a large part of the average […]

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Financial New Year’s Resolutions

“New Year, New You,” mantras have many starting new initiatives to shed bad habits and your finances can be the perfect place to start. It’s not only important to develop a few financial goals for the upcoming year, but to also find new ways to stick to them. Participate in no spend challenges A no […]

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The Season of Giving

With Christmas cheer spreading far and wide, many are considering giving back to their favourite charities. Donating to important causes can make a huge difference in an organization’s ability to do good. However, the season of giving doesn’t just benefit those in need. Many financial advisers encourage their clients to give back because it can […]

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How Green Initiatives Can Help Your Business

Heading into 2022, individuals aren’t the only ones trying to figure out ways that they can apply the ‘new year, new you’ mantra to their habits. Businesses are more eager than ever to become leaner and greener. Fortunately, green initiatives don’t only help the planet, they can also aid in future-proofing your business model for […]

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Get more from financial advice: 11 questions to ask

What to ask your financial advisor generally isn’t something learnt in school – it’s learnt through experience. However, you’ll want to ensure that when you do seek financial advice, you’re getting the most from it.

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June Market Update

The latest media obsession is the return of inflation in the US. Here in the UK, inflation has just breached the Bank of England’s target for the first time in two years.

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Market update: The Return of the Roaring Twenties?

After the First World War and a global pandemic, the 1920s saw a decade of economic, cultural and artistic dynamism which transformed the world. Could the 2020s see a repeat of the Roaring Twenties? Imagine the world is coming out of a major pandemic, after years of economic and political turmoil.

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Looking to the year ahead at gpfm

We enter the New Year with change in the air. With the UK’s vaccination scheme well underway and Biden’s presidency heralding a new era in American political and social life, we’re optimistic that 2021 will offer renewed stability.

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What does Brexit mean for my Finances?

As the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit becomes greater, with a last push for the EU and UK to reach a post-Brexit trade deal before 31st of December, there are certain predictions that can be made about the effect this outcome may have.

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Moving Abroad: A Financial Checklist

Since the EU referendum, emigration from the UK has been steadily increasing, reaching a ten-year high last year.

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