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Over one in four of this year’s retirees believe Brexit will put pressure on their finances for the duration of their retirement.
Some experts predicted a crash in the housing market following the EU referendum. But those fears are yet to materialise.
Ahead of Lloyds Banking Group's first-quarter results reveal on 27 April, we explore why the bank may struggle to shine over the coming months
We round-up the best savings rates for easy-access accounts, cash Isas and fixed rate bonds.
Markets have stormed ahead in 2017, but the formal countdown to Brexit puts the security of equity income firmly in the spotlight.
A recently published government review suggests that the age at which we can draw a state pension could increase. How might it affect you?
Going global is the key to stabilising investment return streams, says Ken Fisher.
Our contrarian investor has eyed up an underperforming investment trust top-heavy with tobacco stocks, while there's also a bargain to be had in Japan.
Investors cite cost and value for money as the primary driver when selecting their provider of choice, research has found.
People are receiving more pensions information than ever before. But are they paying attention to it?
Look at the whole business, including debt, for a clearer view of valuation, advises Richard Beddard.
Tony Dalwood, chief executive officer of specialist asset manager Gresham House, explains why the tide is turning for value investing.
Find out how the Saltydog's momentum style responds to political changes.