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Winter 2019 Newsletter

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Autumn 2019 Newsletter

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Summer 2019 Newsletter

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Spring 2019 Newsletter

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Winter 2018 Newsletter

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Autumn 2018 Newsletter

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Summer 2018 Newsletter

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Is the Cash ISA Dead?

According to latest HMRC records, a dismal 0.93% return on the average cash ISA in 2017 proved the worst return in history. This, in a year when the FTSE All Share index returned 13.10% including dividends. So are cash ISAs dead? And what is a good alternative?

A look at the current Cash ISA savings rates […]

By |February 26th, 2018|Uncategorised|0 Comments

Make the most of your Individual Savings Account (ISA)

The past few years has been an exciting time for Group Rapport and the industry more generally. We have seen major changes for the financial services industry as new legislation including Pension Freedoms and changes to tax rates have altered the landscape of advice. With the release of the new Lifetime ISA this has opened […]

By |February 15th, 2018|Uncategorised|0 Comments

Group Rapport’s Rachel Lane wins the Insurance Institute of Guildford’s Young Achiever of the Year Award for 2015

Rachel Lane, Independent Financial Adviser of Weybridge based Group Rapport has recently won the Insurance Institute of Guildford’s Young Achiever of the Year Award for 2015. Rachel aged 32, was presented with the stunning award at the biggest event in the Institute’s calendar on the 5th February, along with a cheque for £250.00 at G […]

By |March 11th, 2016|Uncategorised|0 Comments

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