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New Year’s resolutions to help make you a better investor

Here are 7 investing resolutions to take into the New Year to help you become a better investor.

Laura Hoy

12 Jan 2022 8m read

Category: Essentials

Self-employed? Here are four tips to help cut your tax bill

With the online tax return deadline looming, we look at last-minute ways you can potentially cut your tax bill by the 31 January deadline.

Isabel McDougall

12 Jan 2022 5m read

Category: Essentials

Why get financial advice at divorce?

Monday 10 January is ‘Divorce Day’. We look at why you should consider getting a financial adviser, as well as a lawyer, at divorce.

Alana Fairfax

10 Jan 2022 3m read

Category: Essentials

3 things that could stop you from reaching your savings goals in 2022

We’re looking at where savers go wrong when it comes to setting their new year financial resolutions.

Hannah Miles

05 Jan 2022 5m read

Category: Shares

5 Rumoured IPOs for 2022

We look at 5 IPOs rumoured to take place in the new year.

Laura Hoy

05 Jan 2022 6m read

Category: Shares

BHP plans to move listing to Australia – what’s happening and why it matters

We look at BHP unification plans and what they mean for investors.

Sophie Lund-Yates

05 Jan 2022 4m read

Category: Investing and saving

4 tips for a healthy pension as you approach retirement

We look at 4 tips to help you prepare your pension savings in case your health lets you down when you're close to retirement.

Isabel McDougall

31 Dec 2021 5m read

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Daily round up from leading news agencies. Hargreaves Lansdown's not responsible for an article's content and its accuracy. We may not share the views of the author.

Category: Newsroom

Boris Johnson seeks to buy time with mea culpa over Number 10 party

Boris Johnson strode into the House of Commons tea room at lunchtime on Wednesday, an ageless ritual for prime ministers fighting for their political lives. 'Sorry for putting you through all this crap,' Johnson told sullen Tory MPs.

13 Jan 2022 5m read

Category: Newsroom

British financial services achieve third quarter of growth

Britain's financial services grew for the third quarter in a row in the last three months of 2021 and at their fastest pace since mid-2017, even though COVID-19 dampened optimism, a survey of 105 firms in the sector showed.

13 Jan 2022 1m read

Daily round up from leading news agencies. Hargreaves Lansdown is not responsible for an article's content and its accuracy. We may not share the views of the author.

Category: Newsroom

Boris Johnson seeks to buy time with mea culpa over Number 10 party

Boris Johnson strode into the House of Commons tea room at lunchtime on Wednesday, an ageless ritual for prime ministers fighting for their political lives. 'Sorry for putting you through all this crap,' Johnson told sullen Tory MPs.

13 Jan 2022 5m read

Category: Newsroom

British financial services achieve third quarter of growth

Britain's financial services grew for the third quarter in a row in the last three months of 2021 and at their fastest pace since mid-2017, even though COVID-19 dampened optimism, a survey of 105 firms in the sector showed.

13 Jan 2022 1m read

Category: Newsroom

Highest US inflation in 40 years signals end of ultra-cheap money

Not since Ronald Reagan was president and Paul Volcker was the hardline chairman of the Federal Reserve has US inflation been as high as 7%, so inevitably the latest jump in the country's cost of living index will have consequences.

13 Jan 2022 2m read

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