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Ethical Self Invested Personal Pension - Trends
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In recent years many of us have become more conscious of how we spend our money. Sales of fair trade and green goods have increased, as has the amount of money flowing into ethical investments. At the last count, UK investors held £13.3bn in ethical personal finance products. As interest grows, so does the range of products on offer. The latest trend in the market seems to be climate change funds, with several managers launching them in the past year. But 20 years after the first ethical investment fund was launched , many investors are still unsure about what ethical investing means or if it is right for them. How does it fit ...
More than a quarter of a million people have taken out a self invested personal pension (Sipp) since pensions rules introduced in 2006 made them more flexible. But what exactly is a Sipp and how do you know if it's the right pensions option for you? Grant Walker, of investment advisers and pension consultants Edinburgh Risk Management, gives his top ten tips on choosing, or not choosing, a Sipp. 1 WHAT'S IN A NAME? Sipp is an acronym for self invested personal pension, and is so called because of the diversity of investments that can be selected by the policyholder to be held ... Read More
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