Martin Lewis is proclaimed as the U.K.’s only Money Saving Expert – his site has a vast array of information and tips as to how you can save money in many areas. I recommend taking a browse through the site and the forums, and I also intend to post regular round-ups pointing to the most interesting information.
In a follow-up to my earlier post on workers failing to join their company pension schemes, IFAOnline reports that in a survey by insurance firm Clerical Medical, up to 70% of young employees are failing to join their schemes. As with previous research, poor understanding of pensions, complex pension rules and a lack of belief […]
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) are this week introducing a new category of advisor of financial products to the U.K. – as well as dealing with independent and tied advisers, we will now be able buy products from “multi-tied”advisors. But will this make things easier for consumers, or simply confuse things even more?
Decision Point has an interesting article on share trading mistakes, which is a really good starting point for things to consider when investing in the stock market. If there was a share trading course at university, this should be used as its first lecture.
Martin Campbell at Interactive Investor writes a fairly explosive article about the growth in lending and the increasing number of people being declared bankrupt in the U.K..
The U.S. based Free Money Finance has been running a great series of articles featuring the top single piece of advice from 5 personal finance experts. Although each piece is only brief, I think they’re all worth taking note of as they provide the basis for looking after your money.
Borrowers are missing out on better deals by not shopping around when deciding on where to go for their personal loans.
Rumours over the weekend that some graduates may have to work until the age of 70 before being able to take their state pension seem to have been false.
Survey by Axa suggests that 5 million British workers are losing out financially by not joining their company pension schemes.
Useful tips to take into account when deciding where to invest your money.