A bankers’ oath may sound ridiculous, says Merryn Somerset Webb. But at least it would remind them of their responsibilities to the rest of us.
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The Russian market is cheap for very good reason. But brave investors could be forgiven for being tempted, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Delay getting your pension and you could receive a bigger payout. Merryn Somerset Webb explains.
Investor Angus MacDonald explains to Merryn Somerset Webb why he’s a ‘no’ in the Scottish independence vote.
Dundee’s jute barons needed diverse, long-term homes for their vast fortunes. And the investment trusts they created are still going strong. Merryn Somerset Webb explains why they are such good long-term bets.
A lot of people in Britain seem keen on wealth taxes. They think it’s a way to hit the rich. But it won’t just be the rich that end up paying.
Britain’s GDP is back to where it was before the recession – except, it isn’t really, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
HMRC is gearing up to send out thousands of letters demanding unpaid tax. Merryn Somerset Webb looks at your options, should one come through your door.
New ways of investing are cutting out the middleman. That’s great news, says Merryn Somerset Webb. It should make things cheaper, and help restore trust in the financial industry.
From taking the hassle out of car hire, to suggested pool-side reading, Merryn Somerset Webb gives her top tips for a stress-free holiday.