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    19/11/2020
    3 Things You Need to Know About Socially Responsible Investing
    What is Socially Responsible Investing? As the planet heats up so does the topic of Socially Responsible Investing. The events of 2020 have made it easy to forget we were already facing a worldwide threat before COVID-19. Global warming. And while the environment is not the only issue that Social...
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    22/10/2020
    Cashflow Modelling - Retire with confidence
    With effective retirement planning, you can retire earlier and still enjoy life after work to the full. But if you feel like you don’t know where to begin with your retirement plan, Cashflow Modelling can be both insightful and reassuring. That’s why Lomond Wealth has invested in the very latest...
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    09/10/2020
    Lomond Wealth MyWealth App
    All you need to know about the MyWealth App If you haven’t downloaded the Lomond Wealth MyWealth App yet, or you have but are unsure on how best to use it, this one is for you. We know that new things, even good ones that change our lives for the better, can take a while to adopt. We humans li...
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    17/09/2020
    Learnings from Lockdown: Introducing the MyWealth App
    Learnings from Lockdown Don’t worry. You won’t see the word “unprecedented” anywhere in our lockdown learnings below, and we certainly won’t be delivering a heartfelt message in the guise of a “funny” Zoom call. We’ve all been through an uneasy, even scary, time lately. And we feel the best th...
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    13/05/2020
    Markets in Brief – April 2020
    In March, the coronavirus outbreak seemed to steal all the headlines, giving us almost hourly updates as it transformed our lives, and made the word ‘unprecedented’ feel like an understatement. Inevitably, there has been a serious impact on world stock markets, which have suffered their worst quarte...
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    25/03/2020
    Coronavirus Update
    Current Investment Climate Stock markets around the world have been extremely volatile the past few weeks, with the outbreak of coronavirus. These are uncharted times and it is therefore very difficult to predict when the world can start to return to some form of normality. At Lomond Wealth, we all...
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    19/03/2020
    COVID-19 Announcement
    We are well prepared to continue with normal service. In these unprecedented times, your own health and that of family and friends will clearly be your number one focus. We also know that life and business must go on and we are working hard to ensure our services continue to meet your expectation...
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    09/12/2019
    What’s in a number? Is 70 the new 65?
    When do you become classed as elderly? Or are you as simply as old as you feel? Research from the Office for National Statistics has revealed that although 65 has traditionally heralded the beginning of old age, 70 is now a more accurate figure. 65 used to be seen as the gateway to old age bec...
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    03/12/2019
    December Market Commentary
    The beginning of November saw the World Trade Organisation authorise China to put $3.6bn (£2.8bn) of tariffs on US goods. The following week it was reported that a potential trade deal between the two countries could see tariffs ‘rolled back’. However by the middle of November Donald Trump was th...
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    29/11/2019
    Ensuring harmony after death
    With an estimated 60 per cent of people dying without having made a will, it’s troubling to think that their life savings and property may not be passed on according to their wishes. One way of guaranteeing that those closest to you are taken care of is simply by making a will. A will ensu...
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    29/11/2019
    Can I afford to retire?
    Retirement has often been described as “the longest holiday of your life.” But attractive as that sounds, can you afford to pay for the holiday? Research by one leading insurance company shows that 69% of people over the age of 50 are concerned about their income in retirement. Many people...
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    01/11/2019
    The impact of climate change fears on ethical investing
    As pressure mounts on governments and financial institutions to do more to combat climate change, the demand for ethical investment opportunities is on the rise. Triodos Bank’s annual impact investing survey has found that nearly half (45%) of investors say that they would be keen to move their m...
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    04/09/2019
    Five million pension savers at risk of falling prey to scammers
    A joint warning from The Pensions Regulator (TPR) and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) says that five million pension savers could be risking their retirement pots due to scammers. Which has left people feeling, as you can imagine, a little bit worried. The regulators’ warning came after...
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    02/08/2019
    How to stay safe online
    As we venture further into this new digital age, the security of your personal data grows more and more important. That’s why, for this article, we’ve decided to delve into the world of online security. Below you’ll find a series of strategies that we recommend you employ to protect your presence on...
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    02/04/2019
    Is it time to cut out the jargon from pensions?
    People simply aren’t saving enough into their pension funds. Despite the relative success of the auto-enrolment rollout and the increase of minimum contributions from 5% to 8%, there’s still a culture of misunderstanding surrounding pensions. With a reported 51% of the public believing that the mini...
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