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If you could achieve your financial goals by simply leaving your money in the bank, you wouldn’t need a financial plan. However, life is a little more complex. We all need to make sensible decisions to achieve our life goals whether this is buying a new home, saving for a child’s future or a comfortable retirement. Our financial planning articles look at the intricacies of investment, taxation and pensions and how these impact your financial goals.

Please remember that the ideas and conclusions in the financial planning articles do not necessarily reflect the views of Fidelity's portfolio managers. They are for general interest only and should not be taken as investment advice or as an invitation to purchase or sell any specific security.

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