Beware Crypto Currencies, Stamp Duty Fees Explained (and more!) in May’s Viewpoint

Beware Crypto Currencies, Stamp Duty Fees Explained (and more!) in May’s Viewpoint

With May’s bank holiday imminent, here’s the next edition of Viewpoint, the financial service’s newsletter from our award-winning friends at Yellow Brick Mortgages. In this month’s edition we explore:

Stamp Duty: What Will I have to Pay?

This is a very handy one-pager on the current state of play regarding Stamp Duty and what you’ll be required to pay. Figures for England, Scotland, and Wales.

Should You Be Thinking About Income Protection Insurance?

Do you have a risky occupation or risky hobbies? Are you a long way from retirement and want to ensure you still receive an income if your circumstances suddenly change? This one-page will bring you up to speed, quickly.

Is it Wise to Invest in Crypto-currencies?

Confused by crypto? Or perhaps you’ve been reading up and want to take the plunge? There is much debate about Crypto and whether it’s a smart place to put your money. This article might help you keep your feet on the ground. Proceed with caution!

 

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