People often underestimate how long they will live. Professor Les Mayhew suggests how to think about this positive fact and prevent it becoming a negative in retirement.
Pension experts mostly welcome the government's confirmation of a national retirement guidance service, although MPs express concerns.
The geopolitical consequences of the Ukraine plane crash tragedy will be at the forefront of investors' minds ahead of a nervous week for markets.
As competition authority highlights lack of current account switching, which are the best banks for your money?
Benchmarks can help you check your investments are on track, but finding the right one can be tricky.
Moving your workplace pension cash into a self-invested personal pension could be a costly mistake.
Consumers may have purchased unsuitable insurance by relying on price comparison sites that keep them in the dark over fees and cover provided.
As lenders clamp down on affordability, borrowers in their 40s and 50s are finding it harder to secure a mortgage.
The idea of a traditional retirement no longer fits today's working patterns and increasing longevity.
Automatic pension transfers could be costly for consumers if the pensions industry fails to overhaul its processes.
The troubles afflicting Banco Espirito Santo mean the eurozone will be firmly in the spotlight next week.
Financial advisers warn of the tax implications of exploiting the Budget changes to take money out of your pension.
Markets will get 'pretty ugly' before the year is out when the Fed is forced to change its tune over interest rates. But a recovering US economy will ultimately bode well for investors.
Research shows average interest rate for new savers is 0.8% but just 0.3% for longstanding customers.
Chris Daykin, a former senior government pensions adviser, clashes with the Treasury over the real reason for its Budget retirement reforms.
We couldn't move for positive economc signals last week. What will the next few days have in store?
The rules around intestacy have changed so don't leave your estate to chance.
While shares are trading at expensive levels, arguments over 'valuations' should be taken with a pinch of salt, say two strategists.
New rule changes have made individual savings accounts (ISAs) simpler and easier to use.
From today you can chuck more money into an individual savings account (ISA) and have more freedom where you invest it.
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