The key to a happy marriage? Make financial decisions together

The key to a happy marriage? Make financial decisions together

“Oh, this old thing, I’ve had it for years!” In a report from UBS Wealth Management, both men and women admit to lying about money to their significant other. This is certainly not breaking news, but it may lead to strife in a relationship. The solution? Make decisions about your finances together.

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How to read an investment brochure and identify the risks

How to read an investment brochure and identify the risks

Today we are looking at the most important elements to an investment – the level of control, flexibility and vulnerability attached to your money.

This piece appears in today’s Sunday Times – be sure to pick up a copy.

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How to know the difference between speculation and investing – turn down the noise

How to know the difference between speculation and investing – turn down the noise

Lehman Brothers failed 10 years ago this weekend. The contagion effect wiped out pension funds, the property market collapsed and investors ran for cover. But much of the narrative around the financial services industry is nothing more than noise. Can you tell the difference between sound advice and noise?

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7 reasons not to invest your pension in property

7 reasons not to invest your pension in property

Property crashes, surprisingly low yields and often times unhelpful state intervention – just a few reasons not to invest in property. But have you considered the other reasons why you would not invest in property if you were starting over again?

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This complicated approach to a relatively simple activity is holding you back

This complicated approach to a relatively simple activity is holding you back

A very warm welcome to all our new subscribers! In this blog, we tackle some of the reasons why you may be reluctant to invest and explain how an evidence-based investment strategy can put you on the road to successful investing.

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