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Is your ISA worth the investment?

ISA holders are being warned that they need to take action, following new analysis into the interest rates offered on these types of bank accounts. So what does it mean? The Express investigates further.  #SLRWealth #Savings #Wealth ...

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Have you got missing pensions?

According to research, 1 in 4 people aged 55 or under believe they have  some missing pensions. So for them, and for you, here are some tips on how to find your pensions from years ago and claim them.  #SLRWealth #finance #retirement #pension

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State Pension

After a decade of increases in the qualifying age for the benefit, men and women in the UK will now have to wait until they reach 66 to draw their state pension. Here is a recent article explaining this. With each year there are tweaks to the pension regulations and...

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Stamp Duty Holiday

The current stamp duty holiday provides a window of opportunity, especially for those beginning property investment as it minimises upfront costs. Here are some tips to kickstart your property investment portfolio. #SLRWealth #property #investment

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How do you decide where to invest your money?

When it comes to deciding where to invest your money, the process can be complicated. With so many different ways to divide your money, it can be challenging to choose. So where exactly should you invest your money? Have a read of this article to get some ideas...

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Should you have a home office?

A home office in a dedicated room apparently adds £17,500 to the value of a property. A recent survey found that 73% of potential buyers now say a dedicated home office adds significantly to the desirability of a property… #SLRWealth  #property Look at this article...

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Asset Allocation

Asset allocation is the process of dividing the money in your investment portfolio among stocks, bonds and cash. Done right, it can safeguard your money and maximize growth potential, regardless of market conditions.  Look at this article for more information....

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State Pension Age

The State Pension age in the UK is soon to be 66 and anticipated to continue rising. New research has compared the current UK state pension age to other countries around the world.  #SLRWealth #finance #retirement #pension Look at this article for more information.

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Is it time to purchase overseas?

Recent data shows that as the government are easing travel restrictions to various destinations, the demand for overseas property is at an all time high, with searches for property in Spain, France, Portugal and Italy on the rise. Read this article in Propertywire.com...

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At SLR Wealth Services we specialise in Property Investments

However, we also offer a much wider bespoke service, for a whole range of financial needs through our established network of trusted business partners.

We want you to feel safe in the knowledge you are talking to the right people when it comes to your personal financial situation.

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SLR Wealth Services Limited is registered in England & Wales at 61 The Orchards, Epping, Essex CM16 7AT. Company Number 07570263. SLR Wealth Services Limited is not regulated by the FCA and is not authorised to offer advice to the general public concerning any regulated or unregulated investment. Our products are not regulated investments for the purpose of the UK FSMA (2000) or collective investment schemes as defined in the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (section 235) and as such buyers have no access to statutory or regulatory protections including the Financial Ombudsman Service and the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. The value of your investment may rise or fall depending on market conditions and any other factors. No guarantees as to future performance in respect of income or capital growth are given either expressly or by implication and nothing expressed or implied should be taken as a forecast of future performance.