Advice

Energy meter reading day: why you need submit your gas and electricity readings now
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Personal finance

Energy meter reading day: why you need submit your gas and electricity readings now

Energy meter reading day - you need to submit your gas and electricity readings as soon as possible ahead of the October energy price increase
30 Sep 2022
Should you take a 25% tax-free pension lump sum in instalments?
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Pensions

Should you take a 25% tax-free pension lump sum in instalments?

Taking out a 25% tax-free lump sum sounds appealing but it might not be the best way to manage your pension
30 Sep 2022
How the mini-Budget tax cuts will affect you
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Tax

How the mini-Budget tax cuts will affect you

Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng's mini-Budget was full of tax cuts that will change your take-home pay
28 Sep 2022
The hidden cost of employee share schemes
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Investment strategy

The hidden cost of employee share schemes

Paying employees in shares comes at a cost to investors – but it isn’t always easy to see how much, says Stephen Clapham.
26 Sep 2022
How to use Section 75 credit card protection for your purchases
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Credit cards

How to use Section 75 credit card protection for your purchases

Your credit card can give you extra protection when the goods or services you purchase fall short of your expectations. Ruth Jackson-Kirby explains ho…
23 Sep 2022
What the interest rate rise means for your mortgage
Mortgages

What the interest rate rise means for your mortgage

As mortgage interest rates rise, extending home loans is starting to become eye-wateringly expensive. Ruth Jackson-Kirby explains what you can do abou…
15 Sep 2022
Last chance to beat the Amazon Prime price rise
Personal finance

Last chance to beat the Amazon Prime price rise

The price of an Amazon Prime subscription is going up. Here's how you can reduce the cost.
14 Sep 2022
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The best 0% balance-transfer credit cards
Credit cards

The best 0% balance-transfer credit cards

These 0% balance transfer credit cards offer some of the best deals on the market today.
14 Sep 2022
The best credit cards with 0% on purchases
Credit cards

The best credit cards with 0% on purchases

Here are some of the best credit cards on the market today that charge 0% interest on purchases.
14 Sep 2022
Downsizing or equity release: which is best?
Personal finance

Downsizing or equity release: which is best?

Downsizing – moving to a smaller home in later life – is far cheaper than an equity-release plan. David Prosser crunches the numbers.
13 Sep 2022
Energy bill help for small businesses
Small business

Energy bill help for small businesses

It's not just households struggling with soaring energy bills. Small business are too. But, says David Prosser, there are several ways to help mitigat…
7 Sep 2022
Pension planning: five strategies to maximise your retirement income
Pensions

Pension planning: five strategies to maximise your retirement income

Britain is heading for a recession. That means you’re going to have to make your money work harder. Here, Saloni Sardana outlines five pension plannin…
25 Aug 2022
How your business can help its staff through the cost-of-living crisis
Small business

How your business can help its staff through the cost-of-living crisis

There are several ways companies can alleviate the cost-of-living crisis for their employees, says David Prosser. Here are a few to consider.
25 Aug 2022
Holding too much cash: the peril of playing it safe
Investment strategy

Holding too much cash: the peril of playing it safe

Holding too much cash is painful in a high-inflation world, even if you expect the market to tread water. Cris Sholto Heaton explains why.
22 Aug 2022
How to cut your energy bill
Personal finance

How to cut your energy bill

The energy-price cap will almost double in the autumn. What does this mean for your money, and how can you alleviate the squeeze? Ruth Jackson-Kirby h…
17 Aug 2022
How to trace lost accounts and share in £50bn of unclaimed assets
Personal finance

How to trace lost accounts and share in £50bn of unclaimed assets

Britons have amassed almost £50bn of unclaimed assets in lost accounts. Here’s what to do if you think some of the money may belong to you.
8 Aug 2022
Should you buy an annuity as rates start to rise?
Pensions

Should you buy an annuity as rates start to rise?

Pensioners who want to use their retirement savings to buy an annuity for a guaranteed yearly income can now earn more as interest rates rise.
3 Aug 2022
How to find the market’s “multi-bagger” stocks
Investment strategy

How to find the market’s “multi-bagger” stocks

The success of major indices is based on a handful of spectacular performers. Dr Mike Tubbs outlines the key characteristics of shares capable of risi…
28 Jul 2022
Why you need to invest at least some of your money outside the UK
Investment strategy

Why you need to invest at least some of your money outside the UK

Most investors tend to have a bias to their home market. But that’s a mistake, says Rupert Hargreaves. Investing in international stocks can help dive…
28 Jul 2022
Will the Recovery Loan Scheme rescue struggling small businesses?
Small business

Will the Recovery Loan Scheme rescue struggling small businesses?

The government is going ahead with a two-year expansion of the Recovery Loan Scheme, which it hopes will help firms still getting back on their feet a…
28 Jul 2022
The best packaged bank accounts
Bank accounts

The best packaged bank accounts

Packaged bank accounts can offer great value with useful additional perks – but get it wrong and you could be out of pocket. Ruth Jackson Kirby outlin…
26 Jul 2022
How to protect your pension pot from market turmoil
Pensions

How to protect your pension pot from market turmoil

The traditional way to protect your pension fund from market risk is to begin shifting your savings out of equities well ahead of retirement. But th…
26 Jul 2022