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ISA investors jump on the Brexit bandwagon

Sector analysis within ISAs is always very interesting as it gives an insight into investor activity on a general basis. Interestingly, in 2016 the most popular sector, based on the

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Five hidden gems for your ISA

There’s always an allure to knowing about the best things before anyone else does. Whether it’s a new restaurant, a hot holiday destination or, in my case, a ‘hidden’ investment

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How to plan for the end of the tax year

Determining whether you have maximised your £15,240 ISA allowance is one of the first and most crucial factors to effectively tax plan, especially when approaching the new financial tax year.

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Reasons for building a portfolio using AIM

AIM, London Stock Exchange’s (LSE) international market for smaller growing companies, is often misunderstood as an investment opportunity but it is well worth considering for investment returns and for inheritance

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Make your portfolio tax efficient

Use your ISA and SIPP allowances ISAs and SIPPS are amongst the most tax efficient wrappers available and are supported by Government. The personal allowances of £20,000 and £40,000 per

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Six stocks for your ISA

The six stocks I suggest are worth a look at are: National Grid – suitable for lower risk investors seeking income National Grid is a power and gas distribution company

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Investors will be grateful for no changes

Philip Hammond’s first, and last, Autumn Statement as Chancellor was something of a non-event for personal investors. There was no mention of Capital Gains Tax, savings allowances or the forthcoming

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Investors need Brexit clarity

Since the EU Referendum on the 23 June UK investors have had much to cheer. The value of their investments has risen contrary to the expectations they had regarding the

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Treasury includes crowd bonds in Innovative Finance ISA

Originally launched back in April 2016 the Innovative Finance ISA at first offered the opportunity to invest in peer-to-peer (P2P) lending. The remit has now been extended to include crowd

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What does a reinvigorated Corbyn mean for investors?

Moderate voices within the Labour Party led by the vast majority of Labour MPs had seen the latest leadership election as their chance to get the party to move on