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Saturday - 18th November, 2017
Saturday - 11th November, 2017
‘Banks won’t act over our £113,700 fraud loss’
Amother and daughter from Kent have told Telegraph Money of their horror at discovering they had bee...
Saturday - 4th November, 2017
what it means for you
Thursday’s 0.25 percentage point increase in the Bank of England’s leading Bank Rate – the fir...
Saturday - 28th October, 2017
Well-to-do, elderly – and eager to borrow more
Once seen as a last resort, the use of specialist, later-life mortgages is increasingly common among...
Saturday - 21st October, 2017
where you need to save now
Prices have risen by 3pc on average over the past year, according to figures released this week, and...
Saturday - 14th October, 2017
What will happen when there are no coins
The replacement of the forgeryprone old £1 coin, supposed to be fully implemented from tomo...
Saturday - 7th October, 2017
‘Bogus stamp duty dodge cost us £54,000’
Property buyers who sought to sidestep stamp duty – in some cases by using apparently legitimate s...
Saturday - 30th September, 2017
As BT tells its staff to take a cut, how safe is pension?
Thousands of pensioners face the prospect of sharply reduced retirement incomes as major British com...
Saturday - 23rd September, 2017
the pension tax bill for those who ‘oversave’
The huge price being paid by prudent pension investors for “saving too much” has been laid bare ...
Saturday - 16th September, 2017
After Equifax, how do I keep my data safe?
Data protection is likely to be on everyone’s mind following the massive cyberattack on Equifax, t...
Saturday - 9th September, 2017
Mortgage rates fall for millions – but not all
Homeowners trapped on incredibly high mortgage rates who cannot switch elsewhere are generally thoug...
Saturday - 2nd September, 2017
Let savers part-transfer final salary pensions
first be transferred out to a defined contribution scheme to enjoy the same benefits, which also inc...
Saturday - 26th August, 2017
Families face £7,000 university funding gap
Tuition fees dominate the headlines when it comes to the cost of a university education, but it is d...
Saturday - 19th August, 2017
Ten years on, retirees are 46pc worse off
Ten years on from the collapse of Northern Rock, the devastating impact of the financial crisis on t...
Saturday - 12th August, 2017
Quit your final salary pension, pay less IHT
Generous new tax rules have led to a surge in savers giving up their final salary pensions in favour...
Saturday - 5th August, 2017
Scandal of erroneous student loan repayments
Tens of thousands of graduates are clearing their student loan and yet continuing to pay thousands o...
Saturday - 29th July, 2017
The teens with very grown-up turnovers
Enterprising children and teenagers have discovered they can boost their pocket money by thousands o...
Saturday - 22nd July, 2017
So, how do I go about selling my 37 properties?
Like hundreds of thousands of his generation, Graeme Cook turned to property as his favoured means o...
Saturday - 15th July, 2017
young buyers face costly shock
Thousands of young people who bought buy-to-lets as a way of getting on to the property ladder are d...
Saturday - 8th July, 2017
Get the most from a final salary transfer
Incredibly generous offers made to people with “final salary” pensions have convinced thousands ...
Saturday - 1st July, 2017
‘I reclaimed £226,559 in care fees. You can too’
People in care homes who have been wrongly denied NHS funding face a wait of six years or more to ge...
Saturday - 24th June, 2017
At last, support for pension freedoms
want to transfer because they have other uses for the lump sums released. Helping children to get on...
Saturday - 17th June, 2017
In 20 years of writing about and investing in the stock market, I’ve never heard so much talk of a...
Saturday - 10th June, 2017
what have we learnt?
f you had been told a year ago that Britain would vote to leave the EU, that Donald Trump would be e...
Saturday - 3rd June, 2017
How Labour will take tax rates back to the 1970s
Jeremy Corbyn has often been accused of wanting to take Britain back to the Seventies. New analysis ...
Saturday - 27th May, 2017
‘Adviser lost £117,000 needed for mum’s care’
If you are given disastrous financial advice you would expect some recourse to compensation. But, as...
Saturday - 20th May, 2017
Is this man Britain’s richest Isa millionaire?
Amassing a multi-million pound investment portfolio is a great achievement. Managing to build it up ...
Saturday - 13th May, 2017
‘Why will no one help me cash in my pension?’
Savers are being thwarted from cashing in their “final salary”-style pensions because financial ...
Saturday - 6th May, 2017
‘My dad died penniless after annuity blunder’
Two years on from a Telegraph Money investigation into highly damaging pension errors, new evidence ...
Saturday - 29th April, 2017
HMRC error ‘systematically over-taxing investors’
Individuals face demands for up to £1,000 of tax that they do not owe thanks to outdated so...
Saturday - 22nd April, 2017
HMRC’s tax attack on pension withdrawals
Aquirk in the income tax system means HMRC is wrongly overcharging people who make use of new rules ...
Saturday - 15th April, 2017
‘I’ll pay tax on dividends for the first time ever’
Ageneration of mainly elderly investors are discovering that their reliance on investments to provid...
Saturday - 8th April, 2017
How to avoid the new buy-to-let tax
This week marked the introduction of profound changes to the taxation of buy-to-let investments, lea...
Saturday - 1st April, 2017
‘I was robbed of £19,000 – and Barclays just stood by’
Financial fraud statistics released this week – by an organisation funded by banks – highlighted...
Saturday - 25th March, 2017
‘I’ll have to pay £14,000 to switch’
Some of Britain’s biggest pension companies are still charging “exit penalties” of tens of tho...
Saturday - 18th March, 2017
Pensions to be watered down, hints minister
Millions of people with “final salary” pensions may have to accept cuts to their income as radic...
Saturday - 11th March, 2017
a ‘tax on widows’
Millions of investors will be forced to pay extra tax on their returns as the Government slashes an ...
Saturday - 4th March, 2017
The ultimate funds for income seekers
Investors who want the highest possible income from their funds will normally have to sacrifice capi...
Saturday - 25th February, 2017
Families set to lose death duty break
Hundreds of thousands of people who established trusts as a way of limiting inheritance tax liabilit...
Saturday - 18th February, 2017
Why don’t women invest in shares?
You might overhear men in the pub talking about shares or markets, but not women. This gender split ...
Saturday - 11th February, 2017
the true cost of care (for those who pay)
Middleclass families who have to pay for their own care are not merely subsidising council-funded re...
Saturday - 4th February, 2017
we know when you text and drive
Drivers who make calls at the wheel could find that their insurance premiums rocket under plans by i...
Saturday - 28th January, 2017
‘I’ll still make a mint in property’
While many buy-to-let landlords are in despair over a new tax due to be introduced in less than thre...
Saturday - 21st January, 2017
savers face fresh cuts – but borrowers pay more
Banks are raising mortgage rates while continuing to cut rates for savers, Your Money can reveal, as...
Saturday - 14th January, 2017
Take banks to court for abetting crime, fraud victims told
Innocent victims of the growing crime of bank transfer fraud – where money is unwittingly sent to ...
Saturday - 7th January, 2017
Taxman unleashes ‘snooper computer’
HM Revenue & Customs has spent years and £100m or more on a supercomputer designed ...
Saturday - 10th December, 2016
Do you invest in line with your age?
Many older readers will recall paperbased share dealing and investing over the counter in their loca...
Saturday - 3rd December, 2016
What’s the chance of my £100k pot running out?
Will my savings be enough to sustain me once I stop working? And how much will I need to restrict my...
Saturday - 26th November, 2016
Hammond’s new pension trap – and how to avoid it
The carefully laid plans of hundreds of thousands of middleaged savers have been derailed by the clo...
Saturday - 19th November, 2016
your mortgage rate will rise
Banks and building societies are increasing the rates on their mortgages as the era of rockbottom in...
Saturday - 12th November, 2016
a return to financial ‘normality’?
As markets adjust to the idea of Donald Trump as president, a once unthoughtof notion is taking hold...
Saturday - 5th November, 2016
four reasons why it must be reformed
The Government is under growing pressure to cut stamp duty rates and reform the system as “the sin...
Saturday - 29th October, 2016
travel firms told they cannot deny refunds
Firms that refuse to refund payments for cruises and other travel arrangements which have to be canc...
Saturday - 22nd October, 2016
How your bank lays you open to fraud
Britain’s major banks are laying customers open to life-changing fraud thanks to a failure to inve...
Saturday - 15th October, 2016
now safeguard your cash
Having stabilised after a sharp initial postBrexit fall, the pound is again dropping rapidly – wit...
Saturday - 8th October, 2016
The FTSE is up – and so is the fear factor
The FTSE 100 soared to near record highs this week, but as the blue-chip index rose so did investors...
Saturday - 1st October, 2016
flood victims still stranded
Home owners are still waiting for insurance payouts on properties destroyed in the floods last Chris...
Saturday - 24th September, 2016
Inestors are now paying to hold a third of the debt issued by developed market governments, and yet ...
Saturday - 17th September, 2016
How much risk are you taking to get your 12pc?
As returns on most assets plunge yet further, the prospects on offer from peer-to-peer investing –...
Saturday - 10th September, 2016
Banks force borrowers off ‘supercheap’ loans
Borrowers are still being blocked from transferring low-rate mortgages to new properties by lenders ...
Saturday - 3rd September, 2016
Lloyds to repay defrauded couple £47,000
In what could be a breakthrough ruling for victims of banking fraud, the financial ombudsman is to o...
Saturday - 27th August, 2016
The great Help to Buy Isa shambles
In the seven days since The Telegraph disclosed the fatal flaw in Help to Buy Isas – which prevent...
Saturday - 20th August, 2016
The rise of the multi-generation mortgage
The “Bank of Mum and Dad” – where parents give financial help to offspring – is being turned...
Saturday - 13th August, 2016
20 years on, technology finally delivers
Nearly two decades after the spectacular boom and bust of the dotcom bubble, technology stocks final...
Saturday - 6th August, 2016
smarter ways to hunt for income
Investors should focus “relentlessly” on eliminating tax and unnecessary costs on their investme...
Saturday - 30th July, 2016
a £40,000 income – or £1.3m
Sky-high payouts and a growing desire to avoid inheritance tax are just two of the factors driving a...
Saturday - 23rd July, 2016
‘Robbed of £17,500, and the bank got me back 10p’
NatWest customer Annette Jefferys was tricked into sending £17,500 to fraudsters after they...
Saturday - 16th July, 2016
Like many who voted Remain I’ve found it difficult in the past three weeks not to look out for sig...
Saturday - 9th July, 2016
earnings exceed annual dividends – had fallen for the 350 largest UK companies to a level not seen...
Saturday - 2nd July, 2016
Your Brexit investment makeover
emain” voters are not the only ones to have been traumatised by the Brexit vote: many investors ha...
Saturday - 25th June, 2016
‘I’m scared of living any longer – our money has all gone’
Running out of money is always undesirable. Running out of money in retirement, however, is a catast...
Saturday - 18th June, 2016
should you follow suit?
Professional investors are holding more cash – as opposed to shares – than at any time since the...
Saturday - 11th June, 2016
How lenders make us pay more on our mortgages
Six thousand mortgage borrowers are celebrating this week after a court ruled that their building so...
Saturday - 4th June, 2016
The Victorian trusts to buy today for income
Dips in share prices – whether they are triggered by weak China growth figures or the looming Brex...
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