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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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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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International Day of Charity: Using Your Money to Help Others

Booker T. Washington, author and advisor to numerous US presidents, once said: “Those who are happiest are those who do the most for others.” These acts of service don’t have to be grandiose.

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Managing your finances now COVID-19 restrictions have lifted

As the global economic fallout of the pandemic continues, it’s likely that your personal finances have also been affected during these “unprecedented times”, too.

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Improving Financial Literacy

In the UK, personal finance is rarely a subject taught in school. In fact, according to FinCap, only 52% of young people feel they have received a meaningful financial education both in school and at home. As a result, 47% do not feel confident making decisions about financial products and services.

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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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Understanding Your Financial Personality

Do you consider yourself a kind person? Honest, extroverted, or perhaps more reserved? Chances are, you have a good idea of what personality type you are. However, many people have never considered their financial personality. Your financial personality is reflected in your relationship to money.

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Looking After Your Financial Wellbeing in 2021

Financial wellbeing is having a feeling of control over your finances. It is about having confidence in the financial decisions you make and a sense of security in the face of difficult or unpredictable circumstances.

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Helping Your Employees Work from Home This Winter

For many, working from home has been a welcome change, helping to redress the work/life balance and eliminating long commutes and rigid working hours. However, there are downsides. The shutting of offices may cause employees to feel disconnected while the lack of a definite cut-off point may cause work to bleed into leisure time.   

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