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Chancellor announces new Covid-19 economic support – everything you need to know

Published on September 24, 2020 by TFP Team Category: COVID-19 & News

Back in July, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a second range of measures designed to protect the economy through the Covid-19 pandemic. His next update was scheduled to be the Autumn Statement in the coming weeks. However, given the newly imposed Covid-19 restrictions and economic uncertainty, the Budget has been cancelled. In a statement sent to

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Quarterly Economic Commentary – Q2 2020

Published on September 23, 2020 by TFP Team Category: News & Quarterly Economic Commentary

The coronavirus pandemic and associated containment measures continued to weigh on the global economy in Q2. The UK economy had already suffered its worst quarterly contraction on record during Q1, with negative shocks to output across all sectors. This was partially mitigated by both monetary and fiscal stimulus. We expect a worse contraction in Q2

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Your TFP update

Published on September 23, 2020 by TFP Team Category: News & TFP updates

As ever, it’s been a busy month at TFP with a couple of our team in full-on exam mode! More of that in a moment… Last month we held our first Client Advisory Group, a new initiative designed to gather feedback and suggestions for improvement, and opinions on how to develop our business in the

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8 tips for switching off when working from home

Published on September 23, 2020 by TFP Team Category: COVID-19 & News & Your life

One impact of the Covid-19 lockdown has been the dramatic increase in the number of people working from home. At the peak of lockdown, in June 2020, the Office for National Statistics reported that almost half of people said they had worked from home at some point, compared to just 5.3% before. Obviously, this figure

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Why you need to fight financial DOMS

Published on September 11, 2020 by Dan Haylett Category: Financial planning & News

There’s a well-known condition called DOMS – delayed onset muscle soreness. Muscle size increases when a person continually challenges the muscles to deal with higher levels of resistance or weight. This process is known as muscle hypertrophy, and it occurs when the fibres of the muscles sustain damage or injury. The body repairs damaged fibres

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