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Self Invested Personal Pensions - SIPPS

Self Invested Personal Pensions - SIPPS

Take control of your future financial security with a self-invested personal pensions.

 
When Is Travel Insurance a Rip-Off?

When Is Travel Insurance a Rip-Off?

Whenever we book a holiday we always find ourselves bombarded with advice about taking out travel insurance often accompanied by dire warnings of what can happen if we don’t.

 
What is an ISA?

What is an ISA?

Avoid paying tax on your savings with a cash ISA. ISAs are a tax-free way of saving money, two types of ISAs, cash ISAs and stocks and shares.

 
Switching Banks

Switching Banks

Just as you wouldn’t stick with a bad builder or with a supermarket you felt wasn’t offering you good value for money, neither should you stick with one single bank if you are unhappy with their service

 
Funeral Prepay Plans

Funeral Prepay Plans

Funeral Prepay Plans, average cost is currently around £3,500, what you need to know and how to plan ahead for a funeral

 
Guide to Debt Consolidation

Guide to Debt Consolidation

Debt consolidation can help you refinance your loans and escape debt once and for all. It means that you will take out an additional loan to pay off existing, smaller ones.

 
Can I release my pension before retirement

Can I release my pension before retirement

Once you have reached 55, you can start to take an income from your pension pot, even if you decide to continue working. Only in very limited circumstances are you able to access your pension pot before this age.

 
Equity release - your options

Equity release - your options

There are two main types of equity release: lifetime mortgages and home reversion plans. The main differences between the two and how they work are explained below

 
Payday Loans - A guide to the new rules

Payday Loans - A guide to the new rules

A payday loan is a small, short term, unsecured loan refer to as a payday loan because many people use them to provide money to tide them over to the next payday.

 
The Basic State Pension - what am I entitled to

The Basic State Pension - what am I entitled to

If you have paid or been credited with National Insurance contributions you may be entitled to a State Pension once you reached the State Pension age.

 
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