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Bitcoin - valid investment or criminally insane?

Bitcoin is the world’s most popular digital currency. having drawn millions of investors across the world, its value rocketed to nearly USD$20,000 at the end of 2017, although its value has since dropped dramatically to USD.$7,000 (at the time of writing in April 2018).

Learn the difference in medical insurance policy excess wording

The type and wording of a policy excess will have a significant impact on how a claim is treated and the claim reimbursement that is made. Learn the differences between a 'per annum' and a 'per claim' plan excess.

Is there life in the old frog yet ?

February was certainly one of the worst months for stock markets since 2008.

Are we heading for another recession or simply a period of heightened market volatility?

What is the value of remaining invested ?

So much news and information is broadcast every day on financial markets and investments that it can make you feel as though it’s never the right time to invest, or remain invested.

Estate planning for your digital assets

What will happen to your Facebook account when you die? What about all your photos shared on social media, your texts with loved ones, or documents on cloud-storage systems?

Will this market volatility sort the 'Wheat from the Chaff'?

For almost six years now, it has been a story of almost unquenched, steady growth in financial assets and benign volatility but in the real and investment world there is no such thing as linear growth.

Graham Briar highlights the risks for foreigners living in Thailand without health or medical insurance.

With no medical insurance and not enough money to pay for surgery Mr Briar finds himself in a nightmare situation in a Chiang Rai hospital.

Empty homes tax - a new budjet blow for landlords

Property investors face another hit from the Budget as empty homes could be hit by a 100 per cent council tax premium.

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