Category: Investment

To invest successfully over a lifetime does not require a stratospheric IQ, unusual insights or inside information. What’s needed is a sound intellectual framework for making decisions and the ability to keep emotions from corroding the framework – Warren Buffet

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Malta financial services

If you’re an Expat living in Malta or an EU International If you’re a UK or EU national living in or thinking about moving to Malta, you could enjoy some significant tax advantages. You...

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Now you see it, now you don’t

Now you won’t – Oh now you WILL be taxed on selling crafts online and renting out a room Tax breaks – The Government has quietly scraped tax breaks on what is called the...

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The St Leger Day adage

Investing, do I stay or do I go now….! (I’m sure that’s a song) There is a well known investment saying that investors should sell in May and don’t return until St Leger Day...

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Some women in crises

New figures show that men have almost three times the amount of retirement savings, with women trailing far behind. According to various reports the average man has a pension pot worth £73,600, compared to...

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True and Fair Calculator

Well, I’m really liking this one!!! Found it today and it looks good. An independent way that measures the amount by which your investment is likely to be reduced over the period of the...

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What’s the advice difference?

Do you know the advice difference…. If you are either getting or thinking about getting advice about investing your money, you do need to know that there are fundamentally two different types of financial...

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Savers and cash hit again!

Oh dear….! The ONS confirmed today that inflation (Consumer Prices Index (CPI) – the official measure of inflation) for the last 12 months to February, has jumped to 2.3% ahead of predictions and the...

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Savers returns on Isas dwindling….

Bash the cash Savers who are maxing out their cash Isas are getting pitiful returns a year. The average rate of Isas is currently hovering at around 0.82 per cent. This compares to cash...