Nearly a quarter of British women are hiding sums of cash from their husband or partner, according to new research.
Don’t believe everything you hear on the news, cautions Peter McGahan, amid Trump hoorahs for the Dow Jones rising above 20k
Debt and how bad borrowing has handicapped the independence of consumers and the country as a whole, but what is the cure?
Peter McGahan has a cautionary tale for passive investors and the risk of bubbles to their portfolio.
Peter McGahan examines the financial implications of #GE2017 result.
Emmanuel Macron’s election victory calmed France, the eurozone and financial markets but few have taken note of the threat to markets of Italy abandoning the EU, writes Peter McGahan.
A weakened pound and hidden currency charges can blow a hole in your holiday plans before you’ve even packed your toothbrush. Peter McGahan looks at the options to ensure your holiday cash stays in your pocket.
Getting a handle on your debts is always going to be challenging, but approaching retirement, they can be particular overwhelming.
Peter McGahan questions why so many of us accept poor value offered by companies holding our pension funds.
Peter McGahan queries why so few couples have taken advantage of the transferable allowance tax break to recoup around £400 from HMRC.
Rising funeral costs, lack of savings and low income have put UK families in financial difficulty when dealing with bereavement writes Rosie Inman-Cook.
Christmas can put a huge strain on your finances. Here Jamie Smith-Thompson has prepared seven tips for a stress and debt free 2017.
Most people think that pensions are boring and that property is glamorous, but which one will give you the return you want when planning for your retirement?
Steve Wanless looks at the disposable income of older people after CEBR report finds over 50s have increased spending on travel by 23% in last 5 years
Laura Henderson, of Abode2, reveals Europe still offers good overseas property opportunities for savvy British investors.
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) was set up to protect savers and with recent market jitters it looks after your nerves as well as your capital.
Steve Wanless considers the no-nonsense view on pensions of the chief economist of the Bank of England, Andy Haldane.
What are the financial implications of Brexit on your savings and future financial security. Steve Wanlessof WWFP seeks out the answers.
Helen Kelly, Partner in the Private Client team at law firm SAS Daniels explains the pros and cons of Will Trusts
Planning investments to offer retirement income made complicated by contradicting messages from Bank of England and the Treasury
Steve Wanless debunks some of the scaremongering around interest-only mortages.
Low value products and an over-inflated property market – why would anyone apply for a mortgage without the help of an IFA?
7 out of 10 cohabiting couples don’t have a valid a Will. Steve Wanless questions why so many ignore new intestacy rules and examines the pitfalls of dying intestate.
Ben Butterworth explains how the failure of banks to provide affordable borrowing has created a financial technlogy boom for investors around Peer to Peer lending.
There is growing evidence that the UK’s love affair with property-ownership may be on the wane.
Steve Wanless looks at the fallout of the Mortgage Market Review and how it has drastically reduced the home-owning pensioners’ options.
Steve Wanless examines how the line are being blurred between tax efficiency and large scale tax avoidance and tax evasion.
Steve Wanless warns how vishing scams and fraudsters are targetting older people online.
Steve Wanless of Worldwide Financial Planning looks at how best to stretch the pounds in your pocket this Christmas.
However complicated your financial life seems today, it is only going to get worse.
From cool outdoor pursuits, to adventures in the city, discover the delights of Iceland’s capital.