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Beginners – how to get going in the stockmarket with £10,000

Beginners – how to get going in the stockmarket with £10,000

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Investing should be a simple process and yet the finance industry has veiled it in layers of complexity and jargon. Let’s break the decision making process into 3 simple parts.
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The BM Blog: Why a Knickerbocker Glory doesn’t cost 25p in Wimpy anymore

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This week, inflation went up to 1.8%. On the face of it, that’s a pretty dull topic. Not first date conversation stuff. But wait! Here are 7 interesting inflation facts and tips...
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The BM Blog: How does your Valentine’s spending stack up?

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Love, or rampant consumerism, is in the air as Valentine’s Day looms. Check out how you stack up when it comes to splashing the cash on your beloved.
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The BM Blog: 3 minutes. 12 tips. And 61 days…

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As all the detoxers calm down, and spinach becomes available on the supermarket shelves again, I always treat early Feb as a time to have a quick think about the upcoming end of the tax year.
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Stocks vs Cash

There is no such thing as risk-free investing, but taking a bit of risk when saving for a long-term goal can pay off better than saving in cash. Millennial Emily explains more...

The BM Blog: “Sometimes opposites attract”

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As Theresa May’s powerful kitten heels touch down in Washington, she continues her charm offensive, chumming up to the US.

100,000 Giving Grandparents missing out on free pension money – are you one of them?

Did you know that generous grandparents who have not yet hit the state pension age and who care for their grandchild to enable the parents to go back to work could be missing out on £231 per year?!
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The BM Blog: Trumpenomics and Odd Odds

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What does Donald Trump as President mean in the world of money? Welcome to Boring Money’s Trumpenomics lesson.

The BM Blog: FREE financial plan? What’s not to like?!

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It’s a short one this week. For anyone who is super determined to make 2017 the year you get financially fit. And why not? It’s easier than eating kale and saying no to a latte?!
What exactly is a financial adviser?

What exactly is a financial adviser?

Holly Mackay talks to paraplanner Richard Allum for his tips on what to look for in a financial adviser, what they do and how much it might cost
Introducing Boring Money’s Money Owls

Introducing Boring Money’s Money Owls

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Meet Our Money Owls for straight-talking advice on all things financial

The BM Blog: Painful detoxes and rubbish rates

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Day 6 in the detox household and it’s getting a bit tough! Whilst I have decided that I am probably nicer toxic, January is a good time to re-set the clock and start a few good habits...
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Holly and the team have worked in the finance industry for many years but we are not regulated to give you personal financial advice, nor are we regulated by the industry watchdog (although we do talk to them a lot). For every story on this site about a good investment, or something which went up by 10% or made someone £200, we could share a story about a bad investment, something which fell by 10% or lost someone £200. Nothing’s certain when investing so if you’re really unsure, or dealing with complicated stuff like working out what to do with a pension when you retire, we’d really suggest you get some financial advice. Here are some tips on  how to pick a good financial adviser. Or check out Unbiased or VouchedFor. Just remember, commission has been banned now so advisers need to be very clear with you about what you are paying them and when.