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Money Max

From Moore Stephens Isle of Man

Money Max

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Early Retirement?

So, when we say ‘early retirement’ when exactly do we mean?  

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When to Dump an investment?

So, what’s the take on buying and indeed selling of stocks, funds and equities (shares)?

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Investing in Gold

In general, investors looking to invest in gold directly have three choices: they can purchase the physical asset, they can purchase shares of a commodity or they can trade futures and options in the commodities market.

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Retiring Abroad

Below are 10 of the cheapest countries for retirement that scored well on the 2019 Global Peace Index, which ranks 163 nations—covering 99.7% of the world’s population—according to their relative peacefulness.

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How much should I take out of my pension?

After years of saving towards your retirement, the time has finally arrived where you begin to take out your hard earned (well invested no doubt) money from your pension/SIPP. 

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Five Investments to really beat the Brexit Blues.

So, around two and a bit years ago I attended an investment seminar by a very well known (and excellent) discretionary investment manager entitled ‘How to beat the Brexit blues’. 

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Long Term Care

Long Term Care and Nursing Costs on the Isle of Man. There is a perception amongst some locally that the present system on the island is unfair in the way that it uses a person’s capital and assets to pay for care.

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Investing in Wine

There is more than one way to invest in the wine industry; wine stocks, wine funds and even investing in a winery are all alternatives to investing in actual physical wine.

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Investing for income

Too often the media portrays the investment world as some sort of a gamble – REAL investment should NEVER be a gamble.

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Investment rules OK?

Notwithstanding any bad experiences, how do we go about spotting a good investment, from say an average one (or indeed a bad one)?