Many Britons choose to head abroad in search of better weather or cheaper living – but it’s important to sort out your pension arrangements before you leave the country.
Articles written by Emma Lunn
The Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants as threatened to take the Home Office to court if it doesn’t re-evaluate its controversial right-to-rent scheme.
Changes to the way landlords are taxed have been accused of being overly harsh. Is that fair? Emma Lunn investigates.
Islamic savings accounts can sometimes offer table-topping rates to savers, explains Emma Lunn.
A mortgage price war has broken out between lenders, says Emma Lunn. But borrowers with big deposits are the main winners.
An IT meltdown at British Airlines caused hundreds of flights to be cancelled. Emma Lunn explains how you can claim compensation.
The cost of a university education is soaring and parents often foot the bill. It’s important to begin planning for this as early as possible, says Emma Lunn.
There has been a lot of controversy recently over leaseholds that could make properties impossible to sell. A solution is to buy your freehold. Emma Lunn explains how.
It can seem like the banks have a monopoly on foreign exchange – but there are far cheaper ways to send money abroad or buy holiday cash, says Emma Lunn.
A new tribe of savings providers have thrown down the gauntlet to more established players in the market with a raft of eye-catching fixed interest rates.