For many people, the word ‘investing’ is associated with the word ‘risk’. But to what extent is this true? What are the risks involved – and when are those risks worth taking? Anna Sofat of female-focused IFA Addidi Wealth takes a closer look.
What’s keeping you from buying your first home? Most likely it’s saving up enough for a deposit. We look at how much you might need, how long it may take, and the fastest and most effective ways to build up the money you need to get on the property ladder.
Pensions minister Guy Opperman has warned that the climate crisis could affect people’s retirement savings if pension schemes fail to act in time. Renewables are already replacing traditional energy sources as a long-term investment prospect.
Many in the UK remain unaware of how much their credit file may be influencing their lives. A simple scoring error derailed the career of IT manager Debbie Scott, while the cost of borrowing varies widely across the country – and credit data may even affect which ads you see.
UK workers have lost track of up to 1.6 million workplace pension pots, according to the latest estimates. A lack of understanding of how to manage pension savings could result in many people being substantially worse off in retirement.
Is your glass half full or half empty? When managing your money and ensuring your financial security, both optimism and pessimism have key roles to play.
Changes to state pension age and pension credit, alongside reports of forecasting errors, are creating uncertainty around this most important benefit.
More people in retirement are turning to their homes as a source of cash. This usually means using a specialist equity release provider – but could an arrangement popular in France provide an alternative solution? Welcome to the strange world of the ‘viager’.
A landlord has been forced to hand back £15,000 of rent due to not having the correct licence on his property. The action brought by five tenants highlights the need for landlords to ensure they are fully compliant.
You'd need at least an estimated £650,000 pension pot to retire at the age of 55. But as well as a good pension pot, you also need a good retirement plan. Here's how you might set about creating both.
The slowdown in the housing market caused by Brexit uncertainty is showing signs of shifting, thanks to the postponement of the UK’s leaving date. Asking prices are bouncing back as more homeowners decide they can wait no longer.