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Meghan and Harry’s financial plan
What Megxit means for their money
Top savings methods from around the world
How are you with savings? Are you the one in four UK adults that has none? Or maybe the one in ten that spend more than they earn on the regular.
Compound interest: is it worth my time?
For sure. Everyone knows that interest on debt is bad and interest on savings is good but compound interest could take your money to a whole different level.
Which type of ISA is for me?
Different people do different things with their savings. Some people are investment wizards, others choose to stash it under their mattress.
Packaged bank account guide
Like pineapple on pizza, you’ll either love or hate packaged bank accounts. They’re regular current accounts that come with a whole host of extras.
2020: The year to turn your pennies into £670 pounds
It may sound like a magic trick or the sales pitch for a pyramid scheme but in reality, it is one of the most popular savings methods knocking around.
6 reasons a plan is better than a resolution
It’s the start of a brand-new decade. A clean slate. A chance to make resolutions, leave old habits behind, and be a perfect person from now on. No pressure.
Do I have to pay inheritance tax?
You’ve inherited or otherwise come into a lump sum of money and your one big question is: how much inheritance tax will I have to pay?
The future of finance
The future of finance looks very different to how it is today.
Make more of yourself with Multiply
Money is a means that matters. When you under-invest in yourself, you may as well be saying you aren't worth it. When you go all in, you're free to become way more.
Multiply plans have changed
I’m excited to announce that all Multiply personalised plans have been upgraded and could now include investment and pension product recommendations.
Fintech fad or fortune?
So many apps, chatbots and neon bank cards, such little time and money. Fintech companies have revolutionised the way we interact with our finances.
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