19th September 2015

Investing in a startup can be incredibly risky, but it can also generate staggering returns if you pick the right company. Take social media platforms like Snapchat or Twitter for example – how did their original investors decide that these would be good firms to entrust their hard-earned money with?

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19th September 2015

Most commonly used as a means of bolstering income in retirement, equity release is the name given to the selection of products that allow you to access the cash tied up in your property. Equity release products are divided into two main types, and are available only to those aged 55 and over.

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19th September 2015

A cash Isa is one of the most effective ways to save money, as it allows you to accrue tax-free interest on the sums you deposit. However, to make sure you get the most from it, you need to use it wisely. Fortunately, following a few simple tips will allow you to do so. Here […]

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19th September 2015

Flexible mortgages, as the name suggests, provide more flexibility than standard mortgages. They do so by offering customers a variety of features, including overpayment, borrowing back and even payment breaks. Understanding these basic features will leave you well versed in the fundamental structure of flexible mortgage products. However, as with any mortgage, careful consideration of […]

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9th September 2015

Last week, students throughout the UK received their GCSE results. Following a pattern regularly seen in recent years, girls on average achieved better exam scores than boys, but for the first time in a while, boys showed signs of catching up to their female counterparts.

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8th September 2015

Have you heard of unschooling? It’s the process of removing a child from formal education, instead allowing them to follow their own, self-directed learning path. It might sound radical, but some believe it has benefits similar to those that we associate with attending an independent school. Here, we take a look at exactly what unschooling […]

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19th August 2015

As a parent, wanting the very best for your children manifests itself in all aspects of life. Few priorities lie above education; after all, school life is the pillar of not only your child’s academic success, but also of their development from children to young adults. As pupils across the country receive their A-level and […]

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19th August 2015

As a parent, it’s only natural that you want the very best for your children – and education is no different. But there are many things to consider when deciding whether or not to send your children to independent rather than state school: is it worth the money? What are the key differences between the […]

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14th August 2015

With A-level results coming out this past week and GCSE results set to follow, the media will be full of news of academic successes over the coming weeks and, typically, students from independent schools tend to perform significantly better than their state-educated counterparts.

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6th August 2015

Maths has been regarded with an air of dread by generations of students struggling to get their heads around algebra and Pythagoras theorem, but it is one of the most important subjects for pupils to be successful in to increase their chances of getting a good job in later life. So what can be done […]

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