The fixation on Brexit means that it is not the biggest threat to markets that investors need to worry most about.
Danielle Levy considers what UK investors need to think about ahead of the March exit day.
Lee Wild, head of equity strategy at interactive investor, gives a rundown of the promotion and relegation candidates ahead of the FTSE reshuffle next month.
On the whole investors are adopting a cautious stance, according to findings from two separate surveys.
Research has found the advice tipping point is just under £500,000 for men and slightly higher for women.
Although the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) has stated that estates will never pay more than 0.5% of their estate, the new charges will see costs soar for those with larger estates.
The December 2018 issue of Money Observer is now on sale: here’s a sneak preview.
The Office for Tax Simplification (OTS) has called on HMRC to reduce or remove the requirement to submit inheritance tax forms for smaller or si
Ahead of Black Friday (on 23 November), we pick out three investment trusts that can be snapped up on the cheap.
Will means-testing the state pension make the system fairer and more affordable?
The story behind the sell-off will be familiar to anyone who’s followed the market’s previous sharp sell-offs this year.
In November, UK house prices fell by more than £5,000, with sharp falls in the South as sellers lowered their asking price aspirations, according to Rightmove.