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What makes seeing a financial adviser like having an MOT?
In some respects, our finances are no different to a car. They too could often benefit from a bit of fine-tuning from time to time to ensure they’re running at optimum performance and that our investments are working as hard as they might.
Getting a grip on your savings
Does it often feel as though your finances are here, there and everywhere? Keeping track of exactly what money you have, where and what it’s doing for you is a difficult task.
Cutting through the noise – how does a financial adviser help?
If you’re working with a financial adviser, you don’t need to listen to that all clamour around you. The right adviser will help you understand what you can control and give you a sense of perspective.
What is pound cost averaging?
A benefit of pound cost averaging is the good behaviour it instills in investors.
Time in the market, not timing the markets
With markets around the world continuing to prove unpredictable as momentous financial and political events continue to unfold, it’s perhaps not a surprise that investors are increasingly concerned about when the ‘best time’ for them to invest might be.
5 Financial Goals for the New Year
Here are 5 great money-related resolutions it’s definitely worth committing to in order to make 2018 the year you take control of your money.
Understanding risk in relation to your investments
Risk is something you hear a lot about in relation to investments. All investments carry a degree of risk, but some more so than others.
3 financial fears this Halloween and how to overcome them
It’s Halloween and time to prepare for scary movies on TV, ghosts and ghouls trick-or-treating at your door and listening extra carefully for things that go bump in the night.
What are asset classes?
When it comes to your financial plan you may have heard reference to asset classes, but what are they and how do they impact your finances?