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Even though with so many schemes available to help first-time buyers buying their first home, they still feel that it’s almost impossible to get a foot on the ladder.

The ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ is a major factor when it comes to getting FTBs on the
housing ladder. Nearly two thirds (62%) of all homeowners under 35 received financial help from family or friends.
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Many of our customers ask about remortgaging, saying that it sounds complicated. We decided to write a blog answering all your questions, so that you feel confident about your choice.
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Wanting to make the world a better place while making your money grow? Ethical investments are a great way to consider both financial return and social/environmental benefits. That's why we have released a Beginner's Guide to Ethical Investments. 🌱💸
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What are the pros and cons of term life insurance and whole-of life insurance? When is best to use each type of insurance? Find all the answers in this blog post! 👇

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In this issue, we have set out some tax tips and actions that may be appropriate to taxpayers. Reviewing your tax affairs now will ensure that available reliefs and exemptions have been fully utilised, together with future planning which could help to reduce your tax bill.

We also provide great investment festive ideas – such as Junior Individual Savings Accounts (JISAs), where the money could then be given to the child as an adult. Depending on the amount invested, the capital may be enough to cover tuition fees and possibly board and lodging as well, or a deposit for their first property.
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To claim the full higher-rate tax relief via your tax return, you must pay enough tax at the higher & additional-rates. Individuals under 75 of age can contribute £2,880 to a pension and receive tax relief of £720, resulting in a total contribution of £3,600.
SIPPs Tax
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Do you have an interest-only mortgage? How do you plan to pay it off?!
In our latest post, we provide some useful information on interest-only mortgages and tips for a repayment planning.
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Self-Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs) offer a wider investment choice than most traditional pensions based on investments approved by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC). They give you the chance to pick exactly where you want your money to go and enable you to choose and change your investments when you want, giving you control of your pension and how it is organised.
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It is not uncommon to hear someone say “Why do I need to write a Will? I don’t own anything worth leaving?”. This is a misconception with regards to wills and Estate planning. It is not true that only the older and most financially successful amongst us need to write a Will.


https://imcfs.co.uk/news-and-blog/do-i-need-a-will/
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From applying for a life-changing mortgage or business loan, to simply choosing that credit card that gives you bonus air miles, having a good credit rating is imperative. 💳
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