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Investment Sense View

Credit Unions: An alternative to a traditional savings account?

Interest rates for traditional savings accounts haven’t been very interesting lately. Many savers are bored, miserable and getting gloomy returns. There are a few exceptions to the rule, of course, but most accounts struggle to beat the current rate of inflation. It’s therefore no surprise that ...

Has your child got £1,000 stashed away you don’t know about?

The idea of your child having £1,000 stashed away that you don’t know about might seem a little farfetched, but it may well be the case for to 700,000 parents in the UK. It isn’t as suspicious as it sounds however; your little angel hasn’t been ...

Don’t be caught short – the importance of a State Pension forecast

  New research from Retirement Advantage suggests a lack of awareness among those approaching retirement over when their State Pension will be paid, and exactly how much it will be. In a survey of 1,103 over 50s, only 39% had asked for a State Pension forecast, which ...

Need a mortgage? Look no further, we’ve now got the answer

We are big believers in the benefits of specialising in certain areas of financial advice. For us that means pensions, especially SIPPs and final salary, working with people at, or around retirement, and, of course investments. We have never given mortgage advice and don’t plan to ...

Investment Sense News

The Queen’s speech: How will it affect your personal finances?

The 2017 Queen’s speech was delivered after a General Election that has left the Conservative party without a majority. This has forced Theresa May to drop many of the big manifesto promises. So, what stays? What has been cut? And how will your personal finances be ...

Nearly one in four people have no savings – are you one of them?

According to new research by Legal and General, the average UK employee only has enough money saved to maintain their lifestyle for a month if their income suddenly stopped. The results from a survey of 2,000 people suggest that the nation is ill-prepared for a financial ...

Inflation hits a four year high of 2.9%

Good news and inflation haven’t shared an article for quite some time. Today is unfortunately no different. A bulletin, released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), reveals that the rate of inflation as measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI) has risen to 2.9%, the ...

First Cash LISA revealed

Since being announced in the 2016 Budget, the Lifetime ISA (or LISA, as it has become ubiquitously known) has provoked a variety of reactions. Some are calling it the perfect savings vehicle for the Millennial generation, others are labelling it just another government gimmick, and the ...