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What is responsible investing?

responsible investing

What is responsible investing? A new focus on the ethics and impact of sectors has led to renewed interest in ethical investing. If 2020 was the year of social distancing, 2019 was the year that environmental issues became mainstream. Whether it was Blue Planet II, the Extinction Rebellion protests or Greta Thunberg’s speech to the …

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5 years Chartered – The RU Group goes from strength to strength

We’re delighted to confirm that our Chartered status has been confirmed for the 5th year running, and our team gain further qualifications and awards. Chartered Financial Planning Firm This prestigious award recognizes our commitment to the highest standards both in the service we deliver to our clients and the professional development of our team. This …

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Educating children about money

Educating our children about money - pocket money The RU Group

The world our children is inheriting is far more complex than the one we grew up in and no more so than the financial world. Educating children about money is incredibly important. We are banking more on-line, buying more on credit and these bring added issues such as cybercrime and identity theft which we never …

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March 2020 Budget Summary

Budget March 2020 The RU Group (money and clock)

We’ve summarised the key announcements in the Budget 2020 statement, made on Wednesday 11 March. The newly appointed Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, announced a spirited Budget with a repeated emphasis on ‘getting things done’, echoing the recent election campaign. His initial focus was on the short-term measures needed to deal with the challenges the UK faces …

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Your guide to the Covid-19 budget measures

Financial papers - Covid 19 budget The RU Group

Last week’s Budget from the new Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, included £7 billion of expenditure targeting the impact of Covid-19 on employees, the self-employed and businesses. Six days later a further raft of measures was announced, amounting to an additional £20 billion of support expenditure plus £330 billion of loan guarantees. The Chancellor’s 17 March statement …

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