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Hurdles that are blocking UK’s path to Net Zero: 5 points to note

 Hurdles that are blocking UK’s path to Net Zero: 5 points to note

Highlights,In a recent progress report, the Climate Change Committee (CCC) said the country’s plan to meet net zero emissions target by 2050 will not be delivered.,The UK government must do more to insulate draughty homes as the sharply rising energy pric...

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What does an inverted yield curve mean for investors? 

What does an inverted yield curve mean for investors? 

Highlights Inverted yield curves are typically feared to be the first sign of an economic slowdown. The graph depicting the yield curve measures the yield for all government bonds at each term to maturity remaining. In the US, inverted yield c...

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How To Save Money If You Are Self-Employed

How To Save Money If You Are Self-Employed

If you are self-employed, it can be empowering to take control of your company’s finances; however, it can also be difficult to keep track of everything you spend. Here we share our top tips on how you might be able to cut costs and save money ...

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Gripped by a cost of living crisis, the UK risks facing civil unrest

Gripped by a cost of living crisis, the UK risks facing civil unrest

Money-saving expert Martin Lewis cautioned the UK could be gripped by civil unrest amidst spiralling costs. The money-saving guru confessed to being ‘scared for people’ as inflation soared, and energy prices continued to accelerate. With...

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Student Loan changes to cost Middle Earners £30,000

Student Loan changes to cost Middle Earners £30,000

The government’s student loan changes in England are set to markedly benefit higher-income graduates. The new repayments scheme will see high salaried graduates save £20,000 whilst middle earners are to pay £30,000 more, according t...

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Five financial myths that should be April Fool’s Day jokes!

Five financial myths that should be April Fool’s Day jokes!

Highlights It is April 1, and you want to be on the lookout for anything that could be an April Fool’s joke. A lack of financial education can make one believe in financial myths and making wise financial decisions is no joking matter. S...

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How can you make withdrawals from ISA?

How can you make withdrawals from ISA?

Highlights Individual saving account, commonly known as ISA is a saving account that allows you to save tax. The amount of money you can invest in ISAs changes every tax year, and for the tax years 2021/22 and 2022/23, the ISA allowance is &pou...

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Five things to do when income doesn't match cost of living

Five things to do when income doesn't match cost of living

  • March 26, 2022 01:14 PM GMT
  • Ashish

Highlights The rise in consumer prices without equal appreciation in wages can be troublesome. Budget plays a critical role in curbing unnecessary expenses. It helps to figure out what is needed and what can be easily done away with. ...

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How SMSFs differ from APRA-regulated super funds

How SMSFs differ from APRA-regulated super funds

Highlights Aussies can choose from self-regulated super funds and professionally managed super funds. SMSFs are a good choice for those needing greater control over their fund money, while APRA-regulated funds provide a hassle-free experience. ...

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5 stock investing tips for women investors

5 stock investing tips for women investors

Highlights Nowadays, more and more women are looking to be financially independent and start stock investing. When investing for the long term, an investor wants their money to outpace increasing inflation and benefit from the power of compound...

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Here’s how to keep yourself safe during a flood

Here’s how to keep yourself safe during a flood

Highlights At present some parts of Australia are facing drastic weather conditions. According to BOM, isolated severe thunderstorms with damaging gusts and locally heavy rainfall are expected during the weekend. One should pay attention to au...

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