There’s just a few days left for those eligible to buy Standard Life shares at a 5% discount to make their minds up as to whether they should bother with the purchase or not.
If you’re interested in starting some share trading, it might be worth looking at a new deal from execution-only broker TDWaterhouse.
A round-up of answers to questions you may have about the Standard Life windfall.
Standard Life have today revealed the level of windfall that each customer may receive.
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Google has launched a new finance portal, Google Finance, which gives information on stocks and shares, and public and private companies along with charts, news and fundamental financial data. At present, it is a beta product, which means there might be bugs, things that do not work or you may see features changing, and it […]
Individual Savings Accounts investment limits and rules.
An ISA, which stands for Individual Savings Account, is not a financial product itself. Rather it is a “wrapper” in which you can put either a cash or shares investment, which helps keep the money you have invested away from the tax man. Martin Lewis uses a cake analogy: Imagine a couple of cakes, a […]
We’re in the run up to the “ISA season”, where those who have yet to invest their ISA allowance for this tax year panic about finding a suitable ISA product to help keep their money away from the tax man. Over the following week or two (depending on how many things I can think of, […]
You were generally better off being invested in stocks & shares than property in 2005.