The Times (subscription)Q&A: the value of financial adviceThe Times (subscription)... that stage are forever”, says Tom Stevenson, the investment director at Fidelity Personal Investing. With so many recent changes to the complex areas of savings, pensions and tax, having someone qualified to look over your finances, at least once ...and more »
Overpay your mortgage to beat the savings trapThe Times (subscription)Millions of savers are opting to overpay their mortgage instead of putting money into poorly performing savings accounts, brokers report. This means they are reducing their interest payments, and the tax-free savings they make will far exceed the ...and more »
Business Insider UKI saved 50% of my income for a month — here's my best tip for saving moneyBusiness Insider UKWriting out lists and then going back over them might seem like an extraneous task when you just need to pick up some toothpaste at CVS. But when you're forced to see exactly where your money's going, it turns every credit card swipe into a conscious ...and more »
Financial TimesSelf-employed earnings, Brexit dividend windfall, mortgage compensationFinancial TimesWeekend catchup — this week's personal finance headlines. Self-employed ... In spite of concerns over how business friendly the divorce settlement with the EU will be, this year's UK dividend windfall is on course to surge above £5bn, according to the ...
Money MarketingProfile: 'Mr Sipp' John Moret talks regulation and rebirthMoney MarketingBut it was Nigel Lawson's 1989 Budget speech that paved the way for Sipps, enabling people to invest their personal pensions in unit trusts, equities and commercial property. Moret found this investment freedom instantly appealing. “These are natural ...