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Property Funds Pile Up Cash In Case Of Run Of Withdrawals

Giant commercial property funds are piling up mountains of cash as managers fear investors may rush to withdraw their cash if the economy dips. City...

Women Victims Of Astonishing Gender Savings Gap

Women are trailing men badly in the savings race for retirement, according to new research. While men amass an average pension pot of £73,600, women...

Price Is More Important Than Value To DIY Investors

DIY investing is sold on price, but other aspects of professional financial planning should not be overlooked. Consumer research has revealed pricing is considered the...

VCT Funding Has Best Year In More Than A Decade

Cash staked by business angels in tax-efficient investments have soared in the past 12 months, according to fund managers. Money going in to Venture Capitalist...

Four Ways Landlords Can Deal With Buy To Let Tax Changes

Landlords looking for a way out of the government’s shake-up of buy to let tax have some financial options that do not involve expensive...

Older Investors Taking Risks To Boost Pensions

Years of interest rates languishing at an all-time low are encouraging older investors to consider risky investments to boost their pensions. More than half of...

How To Pick A High Income Share

Lots of investors spend their lives looking for the holy grail of investing – a portfolio of high income shares. Working out which companies fit...

Average Pension Pot Grows As Millions Save More

The average size of a British saver’s pension pot on retirement has soared to £50,000, according to research by a giant financial firm. Pension funds...

Are Chimps As Good At Economic Forecasting As Experts?

Financial forecasting is guesswork and a waste of time, according to a leading fund manager. Ben Whitmore is fund manager at Jupiter Income Trust who...

How An IFISA Can Help You Save Tax

Few savers have heard of an IFISA – an Innovative Finance ISA – that offers tax breaks for investing in peer-to-peer finance. IFISAs were introduced...

Britain’s Cheapest And Most Expensive Homes

The latest official UK property price statistics make interesting reading for investors puzzling over the best place to stake their cash. The figures released by...

Why You Are Your Own Worst Enemy As An Investor

We all make mistakes when investing our money, but cheer up because those errors are not your fault. Ongoing research by behavioural psychologists suggests that...

Will You Have Less To Spend In Retirement Then You Think?

Retirement savers have some madcap ideas about how much money they can spend every year before they run out of cash. The aim is to...

Paying Into A Pension After Retirement

If you are under 75 years old and have some spare cash to save each month, don’t forget you can still put money into...

House Prices Rising In The US As Landlords Buy To Invest

US house prices have gained ground for a landmark fifth year in a row. The market carried last year’s momentum forward in January as prices...

Pension Savers have No Clue About How Much They Need

Although most of us would like to think we have control of our finances, new research shows that 40% of workers over 40 years...

Troubled Harlequin Heading Nearer Liquidation

Troubled resort company Harlequin Property SVG is heading for liquidation unless an eleventh-hour solution to the firm’s financial crisis is found. Creditors are reportedly owed...

Flexible Retirement Means Working Until 70 For Millions

Hard-up retirement savers could work into their 70s to top up their pensions because they are not putting enough cash away while they are...

Advisers Blamed For Failed Forestry Investments

Around 75 retirement savers who have lost money in a dodgy Brazilian green rain forest investment have been told to try and claim compensation...

Pension Taper Relief Is Too Complicated To Work Out

Wealthy retirement savers could be missing out on maximising tax relief on pension contributions because the rules for claims are too complicated. Around of third...