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Fresh faces: CityWire.co.uk article

By | 08.2016|Team|

 

This post gives a short insight into Tristan's background, how he came into the Financial Advice business and even offers a little more information about his hobbies outside of the business.

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10 top tips for reducing your Inheritance Tax bill

By | 08.2016|Inheritance Tax|

 

Here, Karl Hartey shares his top ten tips for reducing and protecting your family from a potential Inheritance Tax bill.

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UK Interest Rates Cut: What does it mean for you?

By | 08.2016|Interest rates|

 

With the Bank of England reducing the base rate to just 0.25%, we look at the likely impact on mortgage and savings rates and pensions.

 

The Bank of England have cut interest rates to a new base rate of 0.25%. This is the first cut since 2009, and how welcome it is will depend on your financial situation. The Bank also announced a new round of quantitative easing (QE) – pumping money into the economy to buy government bonds.

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Saving for your children

By | 08.2016|Savings|

 

All we want is to give our children and grandchildren the best financial start in life that we possibly can. By regularly putting away small amounts from a child’s birth can help you do this, and you’ll be surprised at just how far these small amounts go. There are many ways to invest on behalf of a child, here Tristan takes us through a few different options.

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The Hartey Wealth Management 5 Step Programme For Investment Fitness

By | 07.2016|Investment|

 

Despite the somewhat miserable weather, the number of runners and cyclists on my route to work appears to be on its annual upturn.

 

My own good intentions are easily swayed by the biscuit tin, which is why fitness gurus always focus on the importance of discipline and a long-term approach. Fad diets and gym memberships that don’t last the month won’t improve the quality of your health, in fact they can leave you worse off.

 

Though arguably less strenuous, the same is true of getting your long-term investments in shape. What follows is the Hartey Five Step Programme for Investment Fitness.

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A guide to taxes for buy-to-let investors

By | 07.2016|Property|

 

With a number of changes made to property buying and its relative taxes, Tristan Hartey explores the changes and how they can affect buy-to-let investors.

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State Pension – What’s Changed?

By | 07.2016|Pensions|

 

The State Pension changed on 6 April 2016. If you reached State Pension age on or after that date, you’ll now receive the new State Pension under the new rules. The aim of the new State Pension is to make it simpler to understand, but there are some complicated changeover arrangements which you need to know about if you’ve already made contributions under the previous system.

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Brexit – What Next?

By | 06.2016|Brexit|

 

This morning it has been announced that Great Britain is set to leave the EU despite an exceptionally tight vote, but the question everyone is now asking is what next?

 

Of course, we can only speculate at the moment, but here is round up of how the results could affect the financial market.

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Karl Hartey takes part in Gumball3000 Rally

By | 06.2016|Team|

 

During the first week of May, Karl took part in his third Gumball3000 Rally with wife and co-pilot Helen, driving 3000 miles from Dublin to Bucharestkarl and helen in just six days.

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Do you know the costs of your investments?

By | 06.2016|Investment|

 

Have you ever driven several miles out of your way to save a penny on a litre of petrol? Do you collect vouchers or enrol in loyalty schemes to save a few pounds on grocery items? Did you complain when the Government added another penny in tax on a pint of beer? Well, how about the cost of your investments?

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