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Lifetime ISAs, double tax break

Peter McGahan
SOUNDING like my parents or grandparents can have a positive or negative connotation, but one sticks for sure: ‘It wasn’t like this for me as a child’.

Holiday currency rip off prices

Peter McGahan
IN the madness that is today’s society and political system, you would be forgiven for going on an eternal holiday.

How can you get your bank savings working harder for you?

Michael Kennedy
ARE you feeling financially exhausted by the low interest rates on offer to savers in recent years? The past decade has not been kind, marked as it was by the Bank of England holding its base rate of interest at their lowest levels ever.

Savvy Sandra and the stock market

Michael Kennedy
THE Canadian economist John Kenneth Galbraith once said "The only function of economic forecasting is to make astrology look respectable".

Why it could be time to review your pension

Michael Kennedy
DID you know that you are quite probably a stock market investor? Even though you might not know it, you are probably very much involved in investing in the stock markets.

The value of Ownership Protection in business

Michael Kennedy
DONALD Trump hinted this week that he might like to buy the NHS, privatise it, and, no doubt, reduce stress for doctors and nurses by building a wall around it so that patients can’t get in.

Making money from volatility

Peter McGahan
FOLLOWING last week’s points on how investment funds perform so wildly different, we had some questions on how to maximise the returns from your investment.

Employed or self-employed? TV host shows us the way!

Feargal McCormack
QUESTION: I have been following with interest the recent case of Lorraine Kelly and how she successfully argued that she was not an employee of ITV but a self-employed business person.

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