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CHN Simply Money

Simply Money

Welcome to our Summer edition of Client Eye. We have been blessed with a glorious summer and the weather was good for another year running for our annual CHN Charity Golf Day which took place in July. Click here to … Continue reading

Spring Budget 2018

Spring Budget 2018

Philip Hammond, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, stood up in Parliament at 12.34pm on Tuesday 13th March, to deliver his first – already heralded as ‘slimmed down’ – Spring Statement. See our overview here.

Autumn Budget

Autumn budget 2017

Read our quick guide on some of the main points announced by the Chancellor here.

Don’t stress – you still have time to sort out your pension!

A pension can be viewed as a long-term savings plan to help you save money that is accessible for you when you retire. It is never too late to start saving for your pension as it will help to make … Continue reading

Get your finances Summer ready!

Keep thinking about sorting your finances, but not sure where to start? It’s never too late to begin! We’ve put together some handy hints to help you: There are a variety of ways you can protect your money such as … Continue reading

The General Election June 2017

General Election 2017: All the political and market reaction HERE

Get your finances in shape this Summer!

Keep thinking about sorting your finances, but not sure where to start? It’s never too late to begin! We’ve put together some handy hints to help you: Savings There are a variety of ways you can protect your money such … Continue reading

Make your house a home: What you NEED to know!

Buying a home for the first time can be a daunting experience and mortgages can be the most complex part in purchasing a home.  Finding the right mortgage options for you can take time, so we’ve put together a quick … Continue reading

How did Budget 2017 affect you?

Read our quick guide on some of the main points announced by the Chancellor here.

ISA season is here: Make the most of your allowance TODAY!

The ISA (Individual Savings Account) is a popular way to save and invest money tax efficiently. Recent years have seen the amount you can save rise rapidly – a further increase is due in April 2017 – but what is … Continue reading

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