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Investment Guides

We've collated our most popular and most recently-published investment guides in one place for you. Designed to help you through the basics as well as more complicated issues, browse our entire back catalogue below. 

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What are Enterprise Investment Schemes and how can they help your tax planning?

At the start of the new tax year, many people’s thoughts will naturally turn towards tax-efficient investments and ensuring that pension contributions and ISA pots are maximised. But with limits on ISAs and increased restrictions on pensions, once these options are maxed out the next question should be ‘what’s next?’

At the start of the new tax year, many people’s thoughts will naturally turn towards tax-efficient investments and ensuring that pension contributions and ISA pots are maximised. But with limits on ISAs and increased restrictions on pensions, once these options are maxed out the next question should be ‘what’s next?’

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Can I save into a pension for my grandchild?

Many grandparents want to help their grandchildren financially, and the best option will likely depend on your preferences and overriding goals. Find out your options in this guide.

Many grandparents want to help their grandchildren financially, read more about helping they start a pension fund.

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How does capital gains tax work?

Find out how capital gains tax works in our comprehensive FREE guide.

Find out how capital gains tax works in our comprehensive FREE guide.

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A comprehensive guide to inheritance tax

Knowing what to do with an inheritance is vital if you want to make the most if it - find out more in our guide to managing money form an inheritance.

Knowing what to do with an inheritance is vital if you want to make the most if it - find out more in our guide to managing money form an inheritance.

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How do trusts work and should you use it for investments?

A trust is where a person (settlor) gives assets (such as money or property) to a third party (trustees) to look after for somebody else (beneficiaries).We explain more about how they work and if they are worth it.

A trust is where a person (settlor) gives assets (such as money or property) to a third party (trustees) to look after for somebody else (beneficiaries).We explain more about how they work and if they are worth it.

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Investing in renewable energy and environmental companies

As the Government looks to use wind to generate electricity for every UK home by 2030, we look at the options for those wanting to invest in renewable energy or environmental businesses.

We look at the options for those wanting to invest in renewable energy or environmental businesses.

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How to invest with a real estate investment trust (REIT)

A REIT is a property investment firm that in the UK is listed on a stock exchange. The purpose of a REIT is to generate a profit from its property portfolios and generate a return for its shareholders or investors.

A REIT is a property investment firm that in the UK is listed on a stock exchange.

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Investing for children – Stocks & Shares Junior ISA or Offshore Bond in a Discretionary Gift Trust

Looking for the potential of a better return than cash to build a savings pot for a child or grandchild to help with university fees or to give them a head start in early adulthood? This guide explains the options that could be available.

Looking for the potential of a better return than cash to build a savings pot for a child or grandchild?This guide explains the options that could be available.

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