Month: January 2018

January Market Commentary

Another year seems to have flown by in the space of about five months. December, in particular, seemed to go past in a blur. It was, however, the month when some progress was – finally – made in the Brexit negotiations. It was also the month when Scotland used its tax-raising powers to increase income […]

5 Financial Goals for the New Year

Whether or not you’re the kind of person who sees the start of January as the time to set yourself resolutions and stick to them, the period after the excesses of Christmas and New Year is arguably one of the best times to actively get your finances into shape. Here are five great money-related resolutions […]

How much does a Royal Wedding boost the economy?

With the announcement of Prince Harry’s engagement to Meghan Markle and plans for their wedding in May 2018 now underway, discussions of how much is being spent on the couple’s nuptials have also begun. Harry and Meghan’s wedding is set to be far less elaborate than that of Prince William and Kate Middleton in 2011, […]

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5 key financial changes to watch out for in 2018

As with any new year, there are a number of financial changes coming up in 2018 which are likely to impact on your monthly budget and long-term saving goals. Let’s have a look at five of the most significant and what they’re likely to mean for you over the next twelve months. Automatic enrolment contributions […]