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Unplugging Energy Projects From SEIS Hits Community Schemes

People power is running 130,000 British homes from investors plugging in to more than 200 community energy schemes. Investors have staked £190 million in solar,...

Nailing Down Those Retirement Saving Numbers

The big retirement question is how much money does someone need to save to pay for a comfortable life in their later years. No one...

Responsible Investing Holds CEOs To Account

Picking the right shares or funds for pension investing is about more than growing wealth. Political and economic issues can impact fund growth. That's why environment,...

Clear Winner In Investment Battle Of The Sexes

The battle of the sexes has crept on to the trading floors of stock exchanges with the result that women are better investors than...

Savings Experts Want P2P Lending Option For SIPPS

Financial experts want the government to allow peer-to-peer lending as an option for SIPP pension investors. Trade body the Tax Incentivised Savings Association (TISA) is...

Young Savers Bear Brunt Of State Pension Costs

Young workers must save more to fund their retirement because governments cannot sustain paying for public pensions, says a report from the International Monetary...

How Has Pension Freedom Impacted Retirement Income?

Retirement savers who took advantage of pension freedoms have had a rollercoaster ride over the past two years. Investment firm Fidelity International has analysed how...

Lifestyling Pensions Leavers Savers Short Of Cash In Retirement

More than £100 billion is stashed in default pension funds that risk leaving millions of savers without the money they need to pay for...

SEIS And EIS Shake-Up If Tories Win Election 2017?

Business angels may pick up some extra tax breaks if the Tories win Election 2017. Britain already has the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) and...

DeVere Group Explain Why DIY Investing Is Such A Risk

Investment gurus are quick to offer their advice – but is it a good idea to manage expat finances without the help of a...

Online Financial Advice Lacks The Human Touch

The days of sharp-suited financial advisers are numbered as consumers move towards taking robo-advice online. Robo-advisers can do more or less the same job, but...

Letting To Students At Top Universities Boosts Rental Returns

Letting out homes near top universities gives landlords yields of up to 5.22%, says an online rental agency. The lure of a university place in...

Platforms Get A Leg Up From pension Freedoms

Retirement savers switching their cash from workplace final salary pensions to more accessible SIPPS is fuelling a record-breaking year for investment platforms. Billions of pounds...

P2P Lender Sells Off Bad Debts Worth £2.1 Million

A British peer-to-peer lender has become the first platform to sell non-performing debt. RateSetter has completed a deal with undisclosed terms to 1st Credit, a...

Buy To Let Worth £16 billion A Year To UK Economy

Buy to let landlords pump £15.9 billion a year into the British economy to support thousands of jobs, says new research. But recent tax changes...

Shaky Relationships Stop Parents Gifting Cash To Children

The high number of relationships ending in divorce or separation are putting off families giving money or other financial gifts to their children. A third...

How The Magic Of Pound Cost Averaging Smooths Investment

Stock markets and investors are strange beasts –  fanfares sounded for the Dow Jones bursting through the 20,000 mark in January, but when the...

Brexit Boom Sparks Change Of Fortune For Mega Rich

The Brexit Boom has blasted the wealth of Britain's super rich into a new orbit as more billionaires report they have earned even more...

What To Expect From The FTSE Before Election 2017

If you have money tied up in stocks and shares, how the FTSE responds to general elections could be a concern. With Labour’s losses in...

How To Pay Less Tax With A Pension

Most people would like to see their money go further but lack the financial expertise to make the most of their pension and savings. But...