Are we a generation unable to buy, destined for a lifetime of high rents and casting green-eyed glances at our homeowner friends? Not so, says Catherine Thurtle.
Thinking cash is king? Having no spare funds? Or misunderstanding risk? What’s your excuse for not investing in your future?
It is hoped that auto-enrolment will encourage workers to save for their latter years and prevent poverty. Allan Maxwell asks if this will actually be the case.
Research shows one in eight retirees still has a mortgage to pay off. Read how to boost your retirement fund.
Turn down free money? Rely on property? These are two examples of 10 common mistakes people make when planning for their retirement. Danny Cox, Head of Financial Planning at Hargreaves Lansdown explores.
Finding the right conveyancer can make buying a house run a lot smoother. Here’s what you need to look for and the questions to ask.
Dual currencies and black markets. Chris Wicks discusses how cash can get complicated in Venezuela.
Every parent wants to give their children the best start in life. Encouraging them to save for their future is one wonderful way to do just that.
Planning for later life is not always high on our priority list. It seems that 37 years old is the age when most people even begin to start the process of planning. Which is much too late, says John Prout.