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Don’t Miss Out on Pension Tax Relief!

In 1988, the government introduced personal pensions and tax relief that goes hand in hand, as a way to encourage saving for the long-term. Over the years, many changes have taken place in the retirement savings universe, and with each new budget, we expect even more tinkering! Despite the ongoing…

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The Reason We Invest

The word ‘investing’ sparks a range of emotions, from excitement and curiosity to worry and concern. And all of those feelings are valid, based on our personal experiences and goals. While we all have our reasons for feeling a certain way about investing, it is important to understand that investing has…

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Keeping up with Your State Pension Benefits

Many choices throughout our lifetime can impact the work we do, or don’t do before hitting retirement age. Taking time away from paid employment to raise children or to travel with a military spouse are common, but may lead to missing out on National Insurance Credits and ultimately, less state…

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Welcome James!

Hi, As the newest member of the Jones Hill family I thought I should introduce myself – here goes… A bit about me… Following my graduation from University of Birmingham with a joint honours degree in Materials Engineering and Sport Science, I needed to find out what I should do…

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Using Money to Bring Enjoyment

The idea of wealth creation – that is, acquiring money or things of value over time – is all too often confused with personal well being. It’s easy to get caught up in comparison mode, evaluating what everyone around you has and feeling like you are behind the curve. But…

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Preparing for the Send-off You Want

Let’s face it – no one wants to talk about growing old. We’d much rather spend our time enjoying these present moments with family and friends than look ahead to the inevitable. But it pays to prepare for the future by discussing a plan for your passing and the financial…

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Managing our Finances as we get Older

Maintaining control over money is one of the most powerful ways to keep a firm grip on independence as we get older. But it isn’t always an easy task when it involves the people we love. With age comes a handful of issues relating to a decline in money management…

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Doing It for the Kids

Financial education, that is! Discussing money is a big taboo in many families and, frankly, it’s uncomfortable. But having “the talk” with children about money management is crucial to their success in life – and yours as a parent. If there was ever a time to be open and honest…

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Are you being overcharged? Fancy saving £332 per month?

When initially taking a mortgage, many homeowners choose to take a fixed rate or tracker rate that lasts for between 2-5 years.  When these rates end, in most cases the borrowing will transfer onto the lenders ‘Standard Variable Rate’ (SVR) and for most lenders, this means the rate charged will…

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