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How to prepare your portfolio for Brexit

Is your portfolio in shape for Brexit?

There’ll be lots of uncertainty between now and Brexit but this shouldn’t derail your investment plans. This essential guide is not personal advice but gives you the tools to get your portfolio in the best shape for Brexit and beyond, including:

  • A common reason why your portfolio could be exposed to unnecessary risk
  • A surprisingly simple way to help take advantage of dips in the market
  • Something you should consider every year but investors often don’t

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    This guide is not personal advice, if you are unsure of the suitability of an investment for your circumstances seek advice. The value of investments and income can fall as well as rise so you could get back less than you invest.

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    Is your portfolio in shape for Brexit?

    On 29 March 2019, Britain is set to leave the European Union and head into the unknown. There’ll be lots of uncertainty between now and then but this shouldn’t derail your investment plans.

    This essential guide is here to give you the tools to get your portfolio in the best shape for Brexit and beyond. This includes seven expert tips including:

    • A common reason why your portfolio could be exposed to unnecessary risk
    • A surprisingly simple way to help take advantage of dips in the market
    • Something you should consider every year but investors often don’t

    Plus, why it could be more important than ever to invest tax-efficiently.

    This guide is not personal advice, if you are unsure of the suitability of an investment for your circumstances seek advice. The value of investments and income can fall as well as rise so you could get back less than you invest. Tax rules change and their benefits depend on your individual circumstances.

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