Can money worries remodel your brain?

Financial anxiety is a feature of many people’s daily lives at the moment. Hundreds of thousands of people have lost their jobs, while the end of the furlough scheme threatens the livelihoods of many more. Lying awake at night counting the pennies may cause more harm than just making you tired the next day. A … Continue reading “Can money worries remodel your brain?”

What does 2020 hold for the mortgage market and you?

There is no doubt that the property market has been affected by ongoing economic and political uncertainty. However, despite hesitation from buyers and vendors, resulting in reduced activity in certain areas, recent research indicates that the property market over the next 12 months shows signs of resilience1. Sales volumes are expected to stabilise, whilst prices … Continue reading “What does 2020 hold for the mortgage market and you?”

Get your Finances on track in 2020 with these Healthy Habits

After the excesses of the festive season, many people are looking to get fit and shape up for the New Year. Of course, improving your lifestyle is a worthy goal, but don’t forget that it’s also a perfect time to whip your finances into shape. So, as well as hiring a personal trainer, why not … Continue reading “Get your Finances on track in 2020 with these Healthy Habits”

Life Insurance: Is it time to review your cover?

If you’ve taken out a life insurance policy it’s tempting to cross this important task off your ‘to do’ list, put the paperwork somewhere safe and forget all about it. However, if you don’t review your policy from time to time, you could risk being underinsured, or be missing out on a newer, more cost-effective … Continue reading “Life Insurance: Is it time to review your cover?”

Why do we forget about life insurance?

It’s a funny thing, insurance.  Most people insure their car, house & contents, holiday, carpets and so on, but what is the most valuable thing in your house? In these current times of austerity who wants or needs to pay out yet another monthly premium especially on something like insurance we will never spend!  Yet … Continue reading “Why do we forget about life insurance?”

Managing your money through Brexit

If the UK is leaving the European Union, what – if anything – might be the knock-on effect on the money in your pocket, and on your long-term financial plans? So we know that Brexit means Brexit – even if that’s just about all we know at this point. But what does Brexit mean for … Continue reading “Managing your money through Brexit”

Today’s the day for advice

On the first working Monday of the New Year, more people search for a financial adviser than on any other day. Will you be among them? Whether you’re saving, buying a home or drawing a pension, here’s how independent advice can give you the best possible start to 2017. Advice Day isn’t one of those … Continue reading “Today’s the day for advice”