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Choosing the right investment platform for you

When it comes to buying shares and funds to put in your Isa, there are several investing platforms to choose from.

Also known as fund supermarkets, they all offer various fee structures to suit individual investing habits.

Compare broker prices and services here.


The top current accounts for interest

For the first time in years, savers can now get the better of inflation. Here’s a round-up of the current accounts offering the best rates.

The best credit cards for cashback

If you’re looking for a credit card that gives you cash back on your spending, here are the best deals around at the moment.


How to invest in a stocks and shares Isa

In this short video tutorial, Ed Bowsher runs through the nuts and bolts of opening a stocks and shares Isa, and gives you some investment ideas to consider.


'Joyflation’: beware the sting in the tail

Falling prices might make us feel good. But they won’t seem so nice when the economy comes crashing down, says Merryn Somerset Webb.

Don’t blow your pension

Anybody planning to take advantage of the new pensions rules needs to think carefully. Cris Sholto Heaton explains.

Prepare for more pensions freedom

Pensions minister Steve Webb has proposed massive changes to annuities. Merryn Somerset Webb explains how they would work under the new scheme.

Osborne digs deep with the new pensioner bonds

Merryn Somerset Webb explains why retirees should let the chancellor buy their affection with the new pensioner bonds.

How George Osborne helped small-cap investors in 2014

By making Aim stocks eligible for tax-free Isas, George Osborne has really increased the potential returns for investors, says David Thornton.

Why I’m not excited about Osborne’s 'pensioner bonds'

Ignore the hype surrounding George Osborne’s ‘pensioner bonds’, says David Thornton. Investing in penny shares makes much better sense.

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