Furnley House join Alex’s Wish

Furnley House are about to celebrate their fifth birthday by giving back and helping out in the Community by supporting Alex’s Wish, which was set up with the aim of eradicating Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. What is Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy? Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. is a serious muscle-wasting disease affecting 1 in every 3,500 boys born. Those… Read more »

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A Few Tips When Thinking about Retirement Planning

Retirement may seem like a lifetime away for some, for others it may be within the next few years. Regardless of your age, you only get one chance to prepare for it. Making small changes today can make all the difference later in life. Last year the government brought forward the date in which they… Read more »

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How the Budget might affect you

It’s one the biggest events of the year that affects your finances, so what did Phillip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer say in this week’s Budget that may affect you? Here’s a few thoughts from the Managing Director of Furnley House, Stefan Fura. There were a few things announced that I believe will impact our… Read more »

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How the rise in Interest Rates might affect you

The Bank of England has this week made a change to interest rates; the first rise in a record ten years. The last time we saw a rise was in July 2007. The rate has been increased by 0.25% to 0.5% and it has come as no surprise as it had been expected and predicted… Read more »

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Why now is the time to review your mortgage

Three of the eight Bank of England official policy makers support the UK interest rate being raised. Although interest rates will still be held at 0.25% it implies that a higher rate may be put into place soon.   Why could this affect me? If there is a rise in the base rate of interest… Read more »

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Our reaction following the election results

With the UK plunged into a period of political uncertainty, market commentators expect increased pressure on Sterling and a more difficult period for domestic focused UK stocks and the mid 250 index. However, with the prospect of a hard Brexit receding and the potential for a weaker Sterling this could benefit FTSE 100 companies, as… Read more »

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