Welcome to the first in a series of articles helping you plan and manage your money in 2021 with a look at both what you can do and where getting expert financial planning advice can support you further. This month we start with two ways of looking at managing cash flow. More ...
It's that time again. Don't forget to file your self assessment tax return before 31st January 2021. In some cases you may be able to qualify for late filing because of Covid-19 implications. However it is very important to check this applies to you and penalties may still apply.
A busy start to the year for the team at McCrea with exam passes, work-anniversaries and hundreds of miles being run for the Doddie Aid fundraiser challenge. Read More:
Hear from Mouhamed Niang as after a string of impressive performances in December, the youngster picks up his first McCrea Mortgages Player of the Month award.
Voting is now open for supporters to select their Jags favourite from the shortlist of nominees for December sponsored by McCrea Mortgages.
Hear from Danny Wilson on the reasons why co-captain Ryan Wilson has been nominated as McCrea Financial Services Warrior of the Month for December ...
Welcome to latest monthly blog, this month with a distinctly Christmassy feel, designed to keep you in touch with the latest financial news, providing useful insight, hints, tips and guidance from the team here at McCrea Financial Services as part of the 2020 festive season.
Congratulations to Glenn Bryce winning the November Warrior of the Month award sponsored by McCreas. Great to hear from him talking about the difference this award makes for his confidence on the park, all the more so having been voted for by Warriors supporters. More ...
Using the time between Christmas and what looks like a much quieter new year for many this year could be just what you need for a way to start 2021 with a clearer financial picture. From ways to save money, earn cashback and well as budget better, we've got lots of hints and tips here to get you thinking about ways to save more money to invest or build up your rainy day fund!
The events of this year mean it won't be a typical Christmas for so many of us with the series of restrictions in the run up to Christmas day as well as the way we can spend it with family and friends. It may mean however that you're rethinking some of your own priorities and determining what you give and how you can help others in a season of goodwill unlike any other. Read more here on ways to help charities, ways to help yourself and ways to help others . . .