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February 2016

Investment opportunities

By |February 5th, 2016|

Building a consistent, long-term and well-diversified investment strategy
To make the most of your investment opportunities, allow your lifestyle and not stock market fluctuations to dictate your investment approach. Your goals are what count, so keep them firmly in mind when you make financial decisions. If you wish to seek independent financial advice on your investments […]

January 2016

ISA returns of the year

By |January 26th, 2016|

Finding the right mix of tax-efficient investments
We all have our own financial goals, so it’s important to find an approach that suits our current financial situations and future plans by finding the right mix of investments to achieve them. If you wish to seek independent financial advice to ensure that this is done correctly we […]

December 2015

Financial decisions

By |December 22nd, 2015|

Flexibility to use your pension pot in the way that suits your needs
Financial decisions are some what very important, some more important than others and of those being adequate financial provision for retirement.  However sometimes for some people this can be a daunting topic and the options they find that they have can be sometimes […]

Aiming for better returns

By |December 8th, 2015|

Taking risk with some of your money to achieve a sustainable retirement income
Its important that you are able to have a sustainable retirement income, you do however have more options than ever before to help you find the best solution for your own personal circumstances. We at Hutt Professional have financial advisers who would be […]

November 2015

NS&I Children’s Bond

By |November 27th, 2015|

If you are a parent, grandparent, great grandparent or legal guardian, you are able to invest between £25-£3,000 tax free for five years at a time until the child reaches 16. For which then they will gain control of the bond. The interest rate is guaranteed, so you’ll know how much the investment will earn […]

Putting money aside for the proverbial rainy day

By |November 18th, 2015|

Long-term investors rewarded by compound performance
An investor who puts money aside over the long term for the proverbial rainy day is far more likely to achieve their goals than someone looking to ‘play the market’ in search of a quick profit. If you want to be one of these people who do this but feel […]

Evaluating your future finances

By |November 13th, 2015|

New possibilities in retirement, and the options available to you

The recent pension freedoms have opened up new possibilities in retirement, allowing more of today’s recent retirees to enjoy the sixty-something socialite lifestyle. Retirement can be one of the most liberating and exciting life stages, but to get the most freedom and enjoyment out of retirement, […]

September 2015

Understand your investments

By |September 8th, 2015|

While having a well thought out portfolio which can produce a healthy return for investors,the opposite is also true. It can be easy to incur permanent losses by putting money into an asset that behaves in an unexpected way. This is why investors should always allow time to try and understand what it is they […]

Invest for the long term

By |September 4th, 2015|

It may be very clear to see that the longer you invest, the bigger the potential effect of its performance on the original value of your investment will be.  Many investors will be familiar with the term compounding from owning their own cash savings accounts. This term refers to money multiplying its self by earning […]

August 2015

A financial to do list

By |August 5th, 2015|

A financial to-do list helps provide you with important action steps that can help you keep your financial plans on track. Some of these include:

Its important to give your portfolio a regular checkup to ensure your mix of investments accurately reflect your current goals you have but also in time frame you have in mind […]