Global dividend payments reached a record high in the third quarter of 2018, but which individual shares paid the most?
British companies see a slower rate of headline dividend growth in the third quarter on the back of a weaker pound.
While it is true that equities outperform bonds in aggregate, the unequal performance of shares means not all equity portfolios will.
Since Iain Duncan Smith stepped down in March 2016, the work and pensions secretary role has resembled a game of musical chairs.
Millions of Britons are missing out on thousands of pounds every year by failing to claim pension, housing and income-related benefits.
A heatmap by Royal London sheds light on the sustainability of different withdrawal rates over different time periods.
Final salary scheme members wishing to trade their guaranteed income for cash are being warned to expect delays after a recent legal judgment
Easy-access accounts are often assumed to be straightforward, but savers should study the terms and conditions.
Instead of prioritising saving for retirement, many millennials find themselves in the position of juggling between paying off student debt and saving towards a house deposit.
Fund managers appear confident following October's big sell-off, expecting the S&P 500 to rise by 10%.
Workers are receiving the biggest pay increases since the end of 2008, according to the Office for National Statistics.
A competition to promote the benefits of saving for children with investment companies has been launched by the Association of Investment Companies.