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Teachers Financial Planning Ltd
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Independent retirement, investment and estate planning advice for teachers
Independent retirement, investment and estate planning advice for teachers

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It’s about this time of the year, that many teachers who are retiring in the summer will need to make the decision on how they will take benefits from their teachers pension – including the pension lump sum. You can’t change your mind once you’ve…

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Woodford stock Halosource dives on cash crunch - Clean water technology company owned by Neil Woodford says it will run out of cash at end of month as key investor fails to get green light from Chinese authorities.

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OCR exam board admits Psychology test paper 'mistake' - Students tweeted their shock after seeing a Maths question in the Psychology A Level exam

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Pound's fall boosts FTSE but domestic stocks dive - FTSE 100 gains boost from sterling's slump as election results point to hung parliament, but domestic stocks hit hard.

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Election 2017: pound slides as hung parliament beckons - Decision of Theresa May to call a snap election has backfired. Conservatives on track to be largest party but fall short of majority.

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The Expert View: Boohoo, Domino’s and Britvic - Out daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including Berendsen and WPP.

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Pound tumbles as exit poll points to hung parliament - Pound falls after exit polls point to hung parliament, with Conservatives predicted to win 314 seats, short of the 326 needed for a majority.

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Election 2017: 3 scenarios and how markets could react - Tory landslide, narrow victory or hung parliament? Different polls have pointed to all three. Here's how markets could respond.

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General election 2017: a vote of no confidence - Britain heads to the polls today for the second general election in as many years, following a more competitive and less enlightening campaign than had been expected.

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Universities challenged on top 1% advert - The advertising watchdog questions claims about universities being in the top 1% worldwide.
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