Mario Lupori of Aqua credit cards explains why families with poor credit end up paying hundreds of pounds extra in household expenses.
Estate agent Russell Bennett explains why the strongest offer isn't always the highest one.
Roly Weaver started investing in UK property in 2002. By 2008, the income from his property portfolio exceeded his salary. In a message to novice investors, he reveals the benefits of building a support system of experts.
Could we be reaching a turning point? Does the Budget represent a significant shift to developing a sustainable approach towards savings and away from a culture of spending and debt?
The ISA season is in its final hours and many fund management houses have been paying testament to the tax wrapper's advantages.
The 2014 Budget signalled a ‘new dawn’ for the Individual Savings Account (ISA) which has been a ‘nice to have’ element of the UK savings regime since Personal Equity Plans (PEPs) were replaced some years ago.
I'm often asked about China as an investment opportunity. Mainly because its economy has such an impact on both emerging and Asian equities, but also increasingly more on global equities.
Tom Stevenson of Fidelity Personal Investing tells savers how to make the most of the British recovery.
Roly Weaver started investing in UK property in 2002. By 2008, the income from his property portfolio exceeded his salary. Here, he imparts invaluable advice to novice investors.
The housing market has undergone a transformation over the past 12 months; the improving economic backdrop and Help to Buy has led to rising transactions in the mortgage market which is great news for intermediaries, lenders and aspiring homeowners.
In pension circles, 19 March 2014 will be remembered for the Budget that changed the rules.
We hoped today's Budget would offer some respite for struggling savers and the Chancellor hasn't disappointed. We've seen some sweeping changes to the pensions and ISA rules, which will give many a cause for celebration.
Is personal education in schools the answer to all the nation’s financial problems?
It is tempting to assume that events in the Ukraine and Russia might not mean that much to Londoners and UK citizens, but in no small part the capital is directly affected by the arrival of foreign investment that results from global insecurity such as this.
The year always begins with Uncle Tom Cobley and all offering their 12-month forecasts for a number of major asset classes.
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