Five money chats you must have with your partner

As research from Prudential shows that Brits are a duplicitous lot about money, we ask what you should know about your partner's spending habits.

Life Insurance | 01 Oct 2014

Women less likely to use new pension freedoms, finds poll.

Men are more willing to make use of the pension freedoms granted in the 2014 budget, according to new research by the Association of Investment Companies in partnership with YouGov.

Investments | 30 Sep 2014

UK Q2 GDP revised up to 0.9%

The Office for National Statistics has revised second quarter growth figures in the UK up from 0.8 per cent to 0.9 per cent in its final estimate.

Investments | 30 Sep 2014
A man's hands sticking through prison bars

Accountant jailed for £2.3m 'Ponzi' scheme

An accountant has been sentenced to six years in prison after he was found guilty of running a £2.3m ‘Ponzi' scheme.

Investments | 30 Sep 2014
High street shopping

FTSE 100: This morning's risers and fallers

Stocks started the Tuesday session slightly lower, weighed down by weakness overnight in Asian markets, although Wall Street did manage to finish off its intra-session lows.

Investments | 30 Sep 2014
asia markets

IMA sales fall to lowest level since last January

The latest retail sales figures published by the Investment Management Association (IMA) have revealed a fall in inflows to a level last seen in January 2013.

Investments | 30 Sep 2014
Morrisons store

FCA charges ex-Morrisons head of tax with insider dealing

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has charged the former treasurer and head of tax at supermarket giant Morrisons with insider dealing.

Investments | 30 Sep 2014

BLOG: Is it time to buy Hong Kong shares?

Political tension in Hong Kong has seen the Hang Seng index slide, while sharp drops in the currency forced the monetary authority to announce emergency measures.

Investments | 29 Sep 2014

Product launch of the week: Analysis

We look at Guinness Asset Management's new Global Innovators fund.

Investments | 29 Sep 2014

Death tax reforms welcomed by pensions providers

The latest pension reforms have been greeted with enthusiasm by pension providers, but may represent another blow for annuities.

Investments | 29 Sep 2014
Pint of beer

Pints, post and lino: Three European stock picks

Sam Cosh of F&C highlights three promising stocks from the European Smaller Companies sector.

Investments | 29 Sep 2014

Protests see Hong Kong market tumble

Protests in Hong Kong caused the country's stock market to tumble today, while sharp drops in its currency forced the country's monetary authority to announce emergency measures to provide support.

Investments | 29 Sep 2014

Osborne plans cut to pension pot death tax

George Osborne is expected to announce cuts to a so-called 'death tax' which applies to the untouched pension pots of over-75s at this year's Tory conference.

Investments | 29 Sep 2014

FTSE 100: This morning's risers and fallers

London's blue chips began the session on a weak footing ahead of what was expected to be a very busy week both at home and abroad in terms of economic data and events, particularly in the latter half.

Sharedealing | 29 Sep 2014
Sainsburys store front

Results round-up: Companies to watch this week

Investors will be anxious to see if Sainsburys is the new Tesco this week.

Investments | 29 Sep 2014

Money tips of the week



Money management tools

No matching document




The Your Money Awards, recognising excellence in online & direct service provision.