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Contractor mortgages: how to make the impossible possible

Contractor mortgages really don’t need to be overcomplicated, it’s simply a matter of knowing which lender is most likely to be able to interpret a client’s situation and understand their income patterns. As I always say in my blogs this is where a good broker can make the whole process a lot simpler for you. 

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Continue reading 'Another Brick in the Wall - Why we need financial education'

Another Brick in the Wall - Why we need financial education

As an early adapter of the Education Champion scheme and having recently connected with a local school to take part in the initiative, I believe that this type of programme can have far-reaching positive effects not just on those individuals who take part, but on the society they enter armed with the proper tools to elevate their standing in the wider financial world. 

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Continue reading 'You've used your ISA allowance - what's next?'

You've used your ISA allowance - what's next?

With the ISA allowance now at £20,000, when an investment matures or you receive an inheritance, a lump sum from a pension, or a generous redundancy payment over and this allowance, you may need to consider investing into funds or other investments on a direct basis.

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