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Cherry Reynard

Cherry is a freelance journalist specialising in all things investment, asset management and personal finance.

  • How it pays to act early

    The start of a new tax year comes with a shiny new ISA allowance, currently sitting at a generous £20,000. However, while the temptation may be to sit back and relax, secure in the knowledge that you have a year to make the most of it, there are real advantages to getting started early in the tax year.

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  • How to spring clean your portfolio

    Spring has arrived early this year and after the turmoil of late 2018, it makes sense to give your investment portfolio a spring clean. Here are five questions to ask yourself. If you were starting from scratch, would everything in your portfolio be there? There is a danger that if you don’t re-examine your portfolio from time to time, you end up with a random selection of yesterday's investment ideas rather than a coherent portfolio that works to meet your long-term goals.

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  • How it pays to act early

    The start of a new tax year comes with a shiny new ISA allowance, currently sitting at a generous £20,000. However, while the temptation may be to sit back and relax, secure in the knowledge that you have a year to make the most of it, there are real advantages to getting started early in the tax year.

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  • How to spring clean your portfolio

    It is not just the home that can benefit from a spring clean, it makes sense to sharpen up your investment portfolio too to make sure it still aligns with your long-term goals.

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  • Building a Stocks and Shares ISA in times of uncertainty

    If the only thing certain is uncertainty, it is easy to understand why so many people are tempted to keep their money in cash savings. With interest rates low, and the risk that inflation will erode the value of savings, investors understand that market uncertainty can mean an opportunity.

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