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There are a number of ways to save for retirement, but for most of us a pension scheme will be the core of our planning.
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Whether you are a new or seasoned investor, it’s a good idea to cast a critical eye over your financial habits. Here are some tips to help you do that.
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If you’ve filled your Isa and pension, VCTs and the EIS offer good tax perks – but make sure you understand the risks
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Innovative Finance Isas are finally beginning to take off , with several launched since the start of the new tax year. However, the same can’t be said for P2P investments in Sipps. Here’s why.
The post Why Sipps aren’t yet embracing P2P was first published on MoneyWeek.
If you’re tired of the rat race, you may be thinking of moving to somewhere more peaceful when you draw your pension. We look at some of the top choices for retirees in the UK
The post The best places to retire in the UK was first published on MoneyWeek.
Pensions regulations are subject to such incessant change that many people struggle to understand how best to save for retirement. at MoneyWeek, we aim to change that.
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MSCI’s decision to include Chinese “A-shares” in its emerging market index shines a fascinating light on the passive vs active investing debate, days Merryn Somerset Webb.
The post Chinese A-shares, emerging markets, and the myth of passive investing was first published on MoneyWeek.
Inheritance tax (IHT) is a 40% tax payable on whatever you leave behind for your heirs when you die, on estates above a certain value. But there are plenty of straightforward ways to minimise your potential liability.
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Investors need to change the way they approach taking an income from their pension to get more from their money in retirement.
The post How much can you spend after you retire? was first published on MoneyWeek.
Many Britons choose to head abroad in search of better weather or cheaper living – but it’s important to sort out your pension arrangements before you leave the country.
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Matthew Partridge picks four of the best practical guides to help you sort out your pension and tax affairs.
The post Four of the best guides to tax and pensions was first published on MoneyWeek.
Pension taxation can be a complicated area, with tax relief, the money purchase annual allowance and lifetime allowances, for example. Ruth Jackson explains it all.
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For investors who want to make the most of their opportunities, a self-invested personal pension (Sipp) offers an attractive combination of tax breaks and investment flexibility
The post Sipp: a more flexible pension was first published on MoneyWeek.
Examples of competitive products in four categories – low-cost pensions for funds, flat-fee Sipps, percentage-based Sipps and full Sipps.
The post Choosing the best pension plan was first published on MoneyWeek.
Interest rates have remained at “emergency levels” since the financial crisis of 2008, despite solid economic growth around the world. John Stepek explains what’s really going on.
The post The real reason central bankers don’t want to raise interest rates was first published on MoneyWeek.
Matthew Partridge talks to pollster Damien Lyons Lowe to gauge the public mood on a hard or soft Brexit.
The post A pollster speaks: what the public thinks about Brexit was first published on MoneyWeek.
Several countries in the Middle East and Africa have cut all ties with the small Gulf state of Qatar. Finding a solution to the dispute will not be easy. Alex Rankine reports.
The post The crisis in Qatar tearing the Gulf apart was first published on MoneyWeek.
It's neither a Hard nor a Soft Brexit we need, says Matthew Lynn. It's a Quick Brexit. Britain can iron out the details later.
The post Why we need a Quick Brexit was first published on MoneyWeek.
If US growth remains strong, that will benefit exporters to the US, reckons Templeton's Mark Mobius.
The post Mark Mobius: optimistic on emerging markets was first published on MoneyWeek.
Arms dealing may be morally dubious, but as Adnan Khashoggi well knew, it is lucrative.
The post The Middle East’s Great Gatsby was first published on MoneyWeek.
When it comes to divorce, everybody wants to be represented by Ayesha Vardag.
The post Money makers: The diva of divorce was first published on MoneyWeek.
Collecting items of entertainment memorabilia is more popular than ever, says Chris Carter.
The post Serious money in entertainment memorabilia was first published on MoneyWeek.
Gill Hayward and Kellie Forbes launched YUU, a company that designs and produces a range of unique activity backpacks for kids.
The post Five questions for… Gill Hayward and Kellie Forbes of YUUworld was first published on MoneyWeek.
This Mosel is nine quid a bottle if you buy it by the case, says Matthew Jukes – a small price to pay for a glass of heaven.
The post A glass of heaven from the Mosel was first published on MoneyWeek.
There are more exciting rivals, but the incredible 40-year success of the Golf tells its own story.
The post The world’s best hot hatch was first published on MoneyWeek.
From a former miller’s house close to the Aysgarth Falls in Wensleydale to a 17th-century thatched cottage in Norfolk.
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For those who love a tipple or two in the sun, Alice Gråhns seeks out the best holidays for wine lovers.
The post Three unspoilt havens for oenophiles was first published on MoneyWeek.
The government’s apprenticeship levy reforms mean that apprenticeships make even greater commercial sense, says David Prosser.
The post Get paid to hire new staff was first published on MoneyWeek.
The Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants as threatened to take the Home Office to court if it doesn’t re-evaluate its controversial right-to-rent scheme.
The post A legal threat against right-to-rent was first published on MoneyWeek.
This Brazilian oil company has been quietly restoring the business to profitability, says Matthew Partridge.
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