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BREXIT Do not panic and take advantage of the situtation

go to link Now that we have a decision, after two long campaigns, we can start to move on and ensure the UK is stronger than ever and remains to be a vital member of Europe.  How have our portfolios been affected? They Got It Wrong All of the major banks and institutions who priced in a remain vote this week, got it completely wrong.  Rather than be patient and wait for the decision they took a gamble and as a result the…

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Who wants to be a millionaire?

While living in the UK for most to be a member of the wealthy 1% is nothing more than a dream.  We hope that one day maybe we will win the lottery or scoop a jackpot on a TV Show.  Well if you are an expatriate living here in Switzerland why not make this dream a reality? Whether you are here for a 5 year period or looking to settle down and retire here in Switzerland you should still be…

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UK REMAINS A SAFE HAVEN IN UNCERTAIN TIMES

Global economic volatility means investors are increasingly looking to property opportunities in stable UK markets, where non-traditional areas are offering excellent return potential. Although the economic outlook for the year ahead may be uncertain, past performance has shown steady growth in property investment activity during economic downturns. When coupled with the sustained low interest rate situation and the positive effect that has on mortgage financing possibilities, this can mean good prospects for investment returns. Taking London as an example, while…

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How Much Does it Cost to Study in the UK?

UK tuition fees are frequently under the media spotlight, following price hikes for home students (UK/EU) in recent years and an increase in premium charges for international students. But the overall cost to study in the UK is dependent on many factors, including institution, course, location and funding opportunities, and could in fact be a lot less than the headlines suggest. According to recent figures, the average cost per year to study in the UK at undergraduate level as an international student is…

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If you do one thing with your money in 2016 . . .

  Claer Barrett, FT Money Editor ©Clare Mallison January is a time for resolutions, making a fresh start and trying to avoid the bad habits of the past. A shortlived diet or a miserable week forgoing alcohol are the typical consequences. When it comes to our finances, how to gain pounds rather than lose them is the goal — but a long-term solution is needed for optimum health. Yet even those working in the financial services industry are often guilty…

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