Permanent interest bearing shares (Pibs) often offer temptingly high returns. But before you buy, you need to be aware of the risks. Piper Terrett explains.
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Buy that holiday cottage you love so much, and rent it out as a money spinner. What a lovely idea! But before you sign, get real. Bengt Saelensminde on the pitfalls of buy-to-let You’re on holiday.
If you want all the hard work of investing done for you, at a reasonable cost, and in a sensible, consistent manner , consider this new fund, says David C Stevenson.
Stocks may be pricey, but they have further to go – canny investors should continue to buy the least-bad asset class, says Jonathan Compton.
Blue-chips can no longer be relied upon for dividend growth. Merryn Somerset Webb reveals where income investors should look instead.
Brewer Innis & Gunn and rugby club Wasps are looking to raise money directly from investors. Should you take up their offers? Cris Sholto Heaton investigates.
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