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Bringing you the very latest developments from the world of finance. With news, information and updates relating to investments, savings, retirement and QROPS, property, tax, currency and the stock market. Keeping your finger on the pulse.

Is The World Really Running Out Of Chocolate?

The planet is heading for another major disaster – there’s not enough chocolate to go around despite bumper cocoa crops. The problem is everyone likes...

Brexit Trade Deal Dreams Misplaced, Warn Experts

Britain’s aim of thrashing out lucrative trade deals with American and the European Union look doomed to failure. Prime Minster Theresa May and her ministers...

Brexit Was Going To Ruin The Economy, But Has It?

Brexit still dominates the headlines and has driven politics at home for more than a year, but does leaving the European Union really matter? It...

Calling In The Cleaners After Wars And Natural Disasters

Nature and man can reduce whole cities to a pile of rubble hiding dangers that can do even more harm to innocent bystanders. Hurricanes and...

Number’s Up For The Consumer Price Index

The nearest the normally sedate world of statistics comes to a spat has finally been settled in an orderly fashion after almost three years...

Expats Can Cash In On SEIS And EIS tax breaks

Investing in UK start-ups and collecting attractive tax breaks is possible for British expats. The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and the Enterprise Investment Scheme...

That Hoard Of Old Bank Notes May Not Be Worthless

Trying to find a wad of cash left over from a holiday lounging on the exotic beaches of Goa, India, years ago has prompted...

More Tax Relief On The Way For Social Investments

Community-minded investors will have the chance to plough more cash into social enterprise projects as investment limits are raised from April. A policy paper from...

Oil Exploration Drops To Lowest Level For 64 Years

Oil and gas contractors kicking their heels waiting for the market to pick up may have more time on their hands. Spending on new oil...

Should Expats Opt for A QROPS Or A SIPP?

If you are an expat and confused about the difference between a SIPP and a QROPS, here are some of the questions most asked...

Oil And Gas Firms Struggle With Pension Black Holes

Oil and gas companies are struggling to plug massive pension black holes as profits and prices continue to drop. The industry has been ravaged by...

Global Economy Has Taken Some Blows But Looks In Good Shape

Despite some election shocks on both sides of the Atlantic, the global economy looks in a reasonable shape for the summer, according to a...

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