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Pension liberation ‘scams’ and how to avoid being caught out by this fraud

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Hi everyone and welcome to my latest blog post. I had planned to cover a couple of financial topics in this issue but decided instead to concentrate on one. This was brought home to me when I was referred to a couple seeking mortgage and protection advice where the male aged 46 casually asked me to look over pension documents that he was about to sign and send off in acceptance of an offer by a company to ...

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The Budget 2013 – A Selection of Key Points for Consumers

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Hi everyone and welcome to my latest blog post. This presented a good opportunity to highlight some of the key announcements made by the Chancellor from the recent budget.

Although it was leaked well in advance that this would be a fiscally neutral budget, there was a sense of deja vu in the Chancellor’s fourth Budget, with many of his announcements already trailed in his autumn Statement in December. Mr Osborne did however produce some surprises despite the economic constraints. With ...

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The Eurozone, today’s Marmite tomorrow’s Jam?

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Hello everyone,  and welcome to my first ever blog post. Over the coming months I hope to present a series of posts dealing with a range of topical financial issues which I trust you’ll find both interesting & informative. With this being my first ever post I deliberated as to which topic to start off with. With so much happening right now certainly there was no shortage of material to choose from. The following is a sample of the topics ...

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