More younger people are investing in the stock market in a bid to build a house deposit and get their feet on the housing ladder.
HM Revenue & Custom is scrutinising savings accounts and property sales for evidence of tax avoidance.
Four months after his last Budget, chancellor George Osborne plans more tax and pension changes for his first fully 'Tory' statement.
The National Employment Savings Trust (Nest) outlines a policy that would allow pensioners to access cash, invest their money and provide a guaranteed income in later life.
Majedie UK Income manager Chris Reid warns some dividend-paying stocks will be in for a 'kicking' as rates rise, but says insurers won't be among them.
Citywire AA-rated John Baker runs through some of the stocks he believes will benefit from earnings growth in Europe.
Insurer's annual research into retirement market finds pension saving at highest level it has seen.
Fund supermarket claims its retirement planning will fill an 'advice gap' left by the government and financial services industry.
Too many UK equity income funds have faith in GlaxoSmithKline's ability to maintain its dividend, says a healthcare investor.
The pound is a safe haven in these troubled times. Sterling's rise this week accentuated the declines in overseas markets for UK investors.
Experts say Generation Y – those born between 1980 and 2000 – need to save 15% of their salary into a pension. But few are.
Charity FairLife is planning a new quality mark to point consumers in the direction of financial businesses and products working in their interests.
Many have cashed in their pension pots but rather than splurging on Lamborghinis, retirees are sensibly choosing to pay off debts.
The elevated state of stock markets alarms managers of ultra-defensive Personal Assets and Capital Gearing investment trusts.
People with big pension pots or valuable retirement guarantees have to pay for financial advice before cashing in their pensions.
One of the world’s biggest bond fund managers says credit markets may avoid a total bloodbath but there's more volatility to come.
Think tank the Centre for Policy Studies says ballooning pension liabilities mean 'if the UK were accounted for as a public company, it would be bust'.
Greece's worsening debt crisis may have grabbed the headlines, but it's not the only news dragging down markets this week.
Paul Niven, manager of Foreign & Colonial investment trust, believes stock markets can move higher even if the US is expensive.
Staff working in small companies may be encouraged to opt out of pension schemes by employers.
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