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While it might seem some way off, preparing for the end of the tax year now can help you make the most of allowances. On 5 April 2022, the current tax year will end and many allowances and exemptions will reset.
The law changed in 2000 to allow pensions to be split during a divorce or dissolution. Yet, just 1 in 8 couples are doing this and it could leave some people financially vulnerable later in life.
If you’ll be retiring in 2022, these eight steps can help you create financial freedom and build confidence in your long-term security.
A new variant of Covid-19, dubbed “Omicron”, is affecting some countries around the world, and it could lead to further restrictions in the coming months. The variant comes as supply chain issues caused by the pandemic continue to affect business...
When investing in green funds or stocks, how do you know the effect they will really have? Greenwashing is becoming a key concern for both individual and institutional investors.
When you’re investing, it’s important that you set out realistic expectations to create an accurate plan and to spot potential scams.
As inflation rises above 4%, savers should review the effect this is having on their cash savings and spending power over the long term.
A new survey has highlighted some of the biggest challenges that those planning their retirement could face. Understanding these obstacles now can help you take steps to create a secure retirement.