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New year, new financial you

AAM LinkedIn Post New Year New Financial You
New year, new financial you Happy new year. It is hard to believe that 2020 is here already and that the millennium was 20 years ago! There is nothing like the start of a new year, or even a new decade, for making resolutions.  If you’re one [...]Read more

Have you ‘lost’ your life insurance cover through super funds?

From July 1st the 'Protecting Your Super' laws came into effect. These laws are designed to ensure that Super account balances are not being unnecessarily eroded by fees and insurance premiums, particularly for accounts that have a low balance or have been inactive for a certain period. [...]Read more

5 Life Changing Financial Tips

Most investors want to earn the highest rate of return whilst minimising risk. AAM presents Five nuggets of financial wisdom that could change the way you invest.

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Outlook for 2018 Remains Positive Despite Recent Sell-Off

2017 was a bumper year for stock markets, but investors are now growing concerned that stock-market valuations are becoming too stretched. Find out straight from our Head of Investment Research how we view the investment outlook for 2018.

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Don’t Be Trumped In The Year Of The Rooster

The Year of the Rooster signified a wake-up call to investors. Fresh off the back of major political manoeuvrings, the economic landscape now looks very different. What should investors expect for the remainder of this lunar year?

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Is Property the best investment?

A Bank of England economist says investing in houses is more profitable than pensions! This is why he’s wrong…

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Is Property The Best Investment? – Detailed Version

A Bank of England economist says investing in houses is more profitable than pensions…..This is why he is wrong – detailed version

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Is this the Death of the UK Buy-to-Let Boom Years?

Following the recent Summer Budget there have been many who suggested that the boom in buy-to-let may be living on borrowed time. Two significant changes to tax rules for buy-to-let investors in residential property were revealed in the Budget.

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The Impact of a New UK Government

Following the General Election on 7th May, the Conservatives alone now form the UK government and it is a purely Conservative affair, not a coalition. Find out how this will impact you and what you can do about it.

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China’s Booming Stock Market… Where will it end?

A market update on China’s economy and stock market. What you should consider before investing in China’s market as an investor.

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