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Get Financially Fit For The New Year Ahead

Let’s be honest, January is many people’s least favourite month of the year. Following all the fun, sparkle, and merriment of December, along it comes like some sort of party pooper; all sullen and joyless, as if to say: “Ok,…

Fixing your festive finances

It may come as a bit of a surprise, but the first Christmas advert appeared on TV this year on, wait for it, 1 October! Whilst pumpkins for Halloween were still growing in the field, and some people were putting…

Avoiding Money Horrors

Summer is a distant memory, Halloween is looming near When children dress as ghosts and ghouls, filling us with (pretend) fear They will come a ‘trick or treating’ in the hope of hordes of sweets And our jack-o’-lantern pumpkins will…

Preparing Your Child For University

You can probably remember your child’s first day at school as if it were yesterday. Their new school uniform which they’d one day…

Pensions: not just for the retired

Former US president Theodore Roosevelt once said that “old age is like everything else. To make a success of it, you’ve got to start young…