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February 2024

 
 
 

Navigating the financial landscape in 2024: Understanding the outlook for interest rates and inflation

As we progress through 2024, the financial landscape continues to evolve, marked by recent fluctuations in the UK’s inflation rate. In December, inflation rose to four per cent, up from 3.9 per cent in November. This increase is attributed to various factors, including global conflicts and the resulting economic uncertainties. The UK’s inflation, driven in…

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Why channelling your NI cut into your pension may be a smart move

The recent cut in National Insurance (NI) contributions presents millions of UK workers with a golden opportunity to boost their retirement savings. The drop from 12 per cent to 10 per cent in the main rate of NI contributions means that employees across the UK are seeing a noticeable increase in their pay packets. With…

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How to avoid cash flow crises in your daily lives with the right wealth strategy

Cash flow as a concept is more commonly used in the world of business, but having a steady flow of income and outgoings in your personal life is just as essential. Understanding and managing your cash flow is important for financial stability and recent events have meant that many of us have had to reassess…

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The growing role of the ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ in property purchases

In recent years, the ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ has become an increasingly vital resource for first-time property buyers. Recent research by the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS) has revealed that half of first-time buyers now rely on financial support from their parents to secure deposits for property purchases. The average financial assistance provided by…

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What you need to know about interest rates and why banks are hesitating to pass down the savings

The Bank of England’s (BOEs) decision to maintain the base interest rate at 5.25 per cent for the third consecutive time in December, following a series of fourteen increases in less than two years, has significant implications for savers. Since December 2021, interest rates went from a historic low of 0.1 per cent to the…

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