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Getting Started

Shares in travel-related firms enjoy long-awaited boost

The value of shares in companies linked to international travel have jumped in a...

Regulator sets out plan to get more people investing

The financial regulator has unveiled plans to encourage more people to invest th...

Paying for uni: invest £175 a month for a £56,000 savings pot

If your children are young, packing them off to university may feel a lifetime a...

Young investors outperformed older cohorts during pandemic   

Young investors have outperformed all other age groups since the start of the co...

BLOG: How to tick investments off your to-do list

My husband hates lists – especially when they are presented to him in a passiv...

BLOG: Tips on building a nest egg for your children

How can you get your children on track to having a good financial start to their...

Experienced Investor

Fuel crisis and end of furlough prompt flight to gold

Demand for gold has soared in the past week as uncertainty about the state of th...

Have you won in October’s Premium Bonds draw?

The Premium Bonds millionaires in October 2021 hail from South Gloucestershire a...

BLOG: Making good money choices

Next week is Good Money Week: seven days of raising awareness of sustainable, re...

Woodford case heads for court

A law firm has started legal proceedings against Link Fund Solutions regarding l...

Gambling watchdog under fire over Football Index collapse

An independent report into BetIndex, which ran the stock market styled betting p...

BLOG: Is China an investment option you can trust?

First in, first out of the pandemic, China was expected to be the place to be fo...

Video Vault

Revealed: the winners of the Yourmoney.com Awards 2021

Discover which financial services providers offered the very best products and s...

VIDEO: Back to basics – which ISA is right for you?

Should you open a cash ISA, an investment ISA, or maybe one of each? We help you...

VIDEO: How to start investing

If you’re a complete novice to investing and aren’t sure where or how to sta...

VIDEO: How to help children with the cost of university

As thoughts turn to university, parents will be wondering how they can support t...

VIDEO: Back to basics on government bonds vs corporate bonds

If you're new to investing, our back to basics video explains the main similarit...

VIDEO: Should investors hold cash in their portfolios?

Whether you're a novice or an experienced investor, holding some cash in your in...

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