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Three reasons an Annuity might be the right choice and how to get the best rate

Annuities were never the most popular of options for retirees. Often seen as inflexible and poor value, many were bought begrudgingly by people who thought they had no other option. Since Pension Freedom was introduced, the number of Annuities being bought has dropped significantly. Figures from ...

Credit Unions: An alternative to a traditional savings account?

Interest rates for traditional savings accounts haven’t been very interesting lately. Many savers are bored, miserable and getting gloomy returns. There are a few exceptions to the rule, of course, but most accounts struggle to beat the current rate of inflation. It’s therefore no surprise that ...

Has your child got £1,000 stashed away you don’t know about?

The idea of your child having £1,000 stashed away that you don’t know about might seem a little farfetched, but it may well be the case for to 700,000 parents in the UK. It isn’t as suspicious as it sounds however; your little angel hasn’t been ...

What does the election result mean for your personal finances?

What a few hours it has been! The exit poll has been proved broadly correct, and we now know that the Conservatives will form the next government, albeit with support from the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). Now that has been confirmed, we can look forward, and ask: ...

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State Pension Age to increase earlier than planned

The Government has announced a change in its plans for the State Pension Age, delaying it by a year for six million people. The plans will increase the State Pension Age to 68 for people currently aged between 39 and 47. The change will be phased ...

Confusion over pension contribution cap resolved

The Government has moved to resolve the confusion over the amount some people can pay into their pension. Although, not everyone will be happy with the news. Announced in the Budget earlier this year, the change proposed a cut in the amount some people could pay ...

“Scrap tax changes” – every residential landlord

New research from Paragon Mortgages reveals that most Buy to Let (BTL) landlords want the Government to reverse changes made to the way BTL investments are taxed. It may sound a little obvious, but the Paragon Mortgages PRS Trends report shows that landlords are aware of ...

Fixed bond interest rates rise by 30 per cent since January

Savers who can put their money away for the long term are able to earn 30 per cent more than they would six months ago, according to analysis by Telegraph Money. Those willing to put their money into fixed rate bonds are being rewarded with significantly ...