Linlithgow Community Magazine


Virtue Money has paired up with The Black Bitch Magazine which keeps the local community up-to-date with events occurring in Linlithgow. Named after Linlithgow’s coat of arms, the Linlithgow Black Bitch is represented by a black-coated dog, chained to an oak tree located on a small island, found at the centre of Linlithgow Loch.


Every quarter Virtue Money publishes a feature to help the general people gain a better understanding of what is happening in the financial market as well as relevant topics people may wish to consider. These are completely free to the general public.


Take a look and feel free to get in touch for a free initial meeting with one of our advisers.


Featured Articles

July 2018

Investing for the Future 


August 2018

How to Avoid being a Victim of a Pension Scam 

October 2018

Pensions and the Younger Generation

November 2018

Will my Kids ever be able to Move Out?



February 2019

Woman and Retirement

March 2019

Take time to Spring Clean your Finances

April 2019

Financial Advice – What’s the Cost?




June 2019

Business Protection – Why you might need it

July 2019

Pensions – Do you know where all your pots are?

August 2019

The Next Generation and their Financial Questions

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