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What is Capital Gains Tax?

By Mark / 4 weeks ago

Capital gains tax is imposed on profit income from the sale of property or any investment.  Any profit that arises from the sale of a capital asset is a capital gain. It’s income through profit. Hence capital gains tax is similar to income tax. You need to pay for it when you generate profit. These […]

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Why would a Person Choose a Mutual Fund over an Individual Stock?

By Mark / last month

A mutual fund is chosen over an individual stock due to various reasons. Diversification is one of the reasons why an individual would go for mutual funds. Also, the cost of a mutual fund is lower than that of individual stocks and is thus a much more convenient option. However, like any other option, mutual […]

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How Will Brexit Affect the GBP to AUD Exchange Rate?

By Jurgen / 8 months ago

Currency exchange is highly volatile. One factor that goes into calculating currency value is marketplace stability. As the UK goes through with plans to leave the EU, the Pound to Australian Dollar exchange rate is expected to see a lot of changes as well. Affects after Brexit Referendum The most dramatic result from UK’s Brexit decision was […]

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Home Buying trends to look out for in 2016

By Disha / 3 years ago

2015 was a great year for the property market in the UK, although the sheer level of growth and demand has created some issues in terms of creating disproportionate price points. Despite this and a lack of viable houses being listed for sale, 2016 promises to be an even better year for real estate in […]

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6 Credit Card Security Features You May Not Realize You Have

By Mark / 5 years ago

According to the Federal Trade Commission, credit card fraud has become a crime epidemic in this country, accounting for 25% or more of all cases of identity theft. Confidential credit card data used to only be vulnerable to traditional pickpocket kinds of theft, but today there are numerous ways to hack into your account. There […]

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CPP Claims

By Mark / 5 years ago

Mis-selling is back at the top of the finance news again and this time because of more refunds being issued. Rather than it being a development of the PPI issue though, this time it is regarding customers who were mis-sold identity and card theft policies through CPP. CPP  – also known as Card Protection Policy […]

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