High-yielding shares may forewarn of broken income promises to come. Kyle Caldwell assesses some other possibilities.
Investing for income
Enhanced income funds offer unbeatable income performance initially, but don't expect spectacular growth.
Analysis for Money Observer has found the majority of UK income trusts have reserves to cover more than one year's dividend payments.
Retirees now free to take advantage of the new pension flexibility should focus on funds that deliver sustainable income.
Chancellor George Osborne's recent Isa overhaul has made the vehicle more attractive, but how can you build the best possible portfolio?
Here are three small-cap shares investors could stick in their Isa. All have a decent yield and great growth potential.
After last year's portfolio achieved its target income, we reveal new investors need to shell out less to achieve the amount in 2016.
There are plenty of firms with good-looking dividend yields, but some are better, and safer, than others. Here are some of the best payers around.
A notional £182,000 equity investment has delivered our target income of £10,000 a year. However, Lee Wild sees scope for improvement.
One-stop-shop investments can help maximise the chances of reliable returns, reduce investment risk, keep charges low and minimise fuss.