Your Essential Guide To Personal Finance

Your Essential Guide To Personal Finance
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With a section on pensions, we’re delighted to invite you to download an excellent 52 page eBook entitled “Your Essential Guide To Personal Finance”, designed to help you grow your savings in an ever-changing landscape

Undoubtedly there are many changes ahead in the financial world. Whether it is from technology or changes created and imposed by the Government. But what we at Crowdstacker see when we look at this future is choice. More importantly a freeing up of options so that we can decide for ourselves, based on our personal circumstances and future aspirations, the ways in which to best manage our money. At the end of the day, even if the financial world is turned on its head in the coming decades, one thing will always remain true: we will still need money, in whatever form this takes.

Karteek Patel, CEO of Crowdstacker

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Your Essential Guide To Personal Finance

“Your Essential Guide To Personal Finance” is published by Crowdstacker, an FCA regulated peer-to-peer lending platform that enables you to lend your Cash, ISA and SIPP money to British businesses.  It covers these areas:

Ways to make the most of your savings and investments.
What the new Government tax breaks mean for savers - from the new Innovative Finance ISA and Personal Savings Allowance to the Lifetime ISA and State Pension.
Practical personal finance strategies for every life-stage - in your 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s and into retirement.
How to make sense of developments in personal finance and what the future might hold.
Ways to make the most of your savings and investments.

Chapters From Four Leading Experts

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Alvin Hall

Independent Financial Educator, Broadcaster and Author: Award-winning public figure Alvin Hall took time out of his busy schedule of TV and radio appearances, writing columns and books to pen the foreword to our eBook.

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Sue Hayward

Personal Finance Journalist: With a passion for money saving and tangible, real-world examples of how to make your money stretch further, Sue imparts consumer wisdom about the life stages of saving and investing.

personal finance crowdstacker

Andrew Hagger

Personal Finance Journalist: Personal finance columnist, pundit and researcher, Andrew digs down into the latest Government changes to explain them in plain English and with a step-by-step action plan for UK savers.

David Murray-Hundley

Former European LinkedIn Business Leader of the Year: David, famously known as The Grumpy Entrepreneur, is back to deliver insightful musings on the state of the disruptive financial world and where it will lead us.

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