Overall, around 130,000 people in the UK over the age of 65 have reported financial abuse over the past 12 months.
Some of the worst-performing funds of 2018 have shone since the start of the year, new research has found.
Woodford Patient Capital went up the rankings, while Scottish Mortgage, Smithson and City of London all held the same spots as the previous month.
Following the suspension of Woodford Equity Income, Anderson also argues access to unlisted companies is vital for investors.
The BBC has announced plans to make most over-75s pay the TV licence fee.
There’s a new entry to our top 10 league table of the most popular funds.
New rules could be introduced for open-ended funds that hold illiquid investments, according to the head of the Financial Conduct Authority.
House prices rose by 0.5% this month, according to Halifax figures, while HMRC data shows that home sales remain steady.
The governor said that the Bank of England may expand its oversight to include assessing the financial risks posed by investment funds.
Neil Woodford has lost the support of two big supporters after his move to block investors from accessing their cash earlier this week.
A little-known feature of the pensions system treats contribution by parents as if they had been made by the child.
Around 3% of the government’s 12 million state pension forecasts since 2016 have been incorrect.