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Retirement 101: How Much Do I Need to Save?

When saving for retirement, you’ll need to work out how much money you’ll need to save in order to live comfortably. This may seem like a daunting task due to all the factors you’ll need to take into account.

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Why Should You Consider Ethical Investing?

Saving for Retirement: What Are the Risks?

When planning your finances for later life, it’s a good idea to take into account the potential risks involved. There are many things you will need to keep in mind to help you live the lifestyle you want during retirement.

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The Basics of Ethical Investing

Ethical Investing: The Basics

Ethical investing is a great way to support your beliefs, whether it’s sustainability, fair trade practices, the environment or human rights. This type of investing considers the environmental, social and political implications of your investment and screens or excludes certain areas.

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Inheritance Tax: Making Sense of the Rules

Chancellor Philip Hammond recently announced that a review is to take place on inheritance tax to ensure that the system is easier to understand.

He described the system as “particularly complex”. Research has shown that many people are unsure of the rules on inheritance tax, with a study conducted by Brewin Dolphin concluding that just 12 per cent of the people they surveyed knew the correct figure for their gift allowances.

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Questions about Investing

Investing 101: What Questions Do You Need to Be Asking?

If you’re new to investing, it’s important to ask yourself a number of questions before diving straight in. We’ve written up a handy guide featuring some of the most useful questions you’ll need to know the answer to.

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Pensions 101: Who Will Inherit My Pension?

Did you know that, according to research conducted by Royal London, over 750,000 people may be at risk of passing on their pension to the wrong person?

When planning for retirement, it’s essential to ensure that you plan ahead to ensure the right person will inherit your pension pot after you pass away, if this is required. What are some of the rules involved?

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