Your selection of stock investments should, of course, always be built around the economically competitive and financially viable fundamentals of the company you’re buying. Within that broader context, however, is the more specific topic of how Baby Boomers can invest their money to help ensure the growth of a retirement nest egg. People in that… (1 comment)

As a young adult I know, it just sucks to think about retirement. Especially in your 20s. If pension planning is the farthest thing from your mind right now, you’re not alone. A study showed that almost 80% of Gen Ys are not actively planning for retirement, earning them the nickname Generation Procrastination. That’s a bit harsh, don’t… (4 comments)

Are you looking forward to retiring from the world of work? A pension scheme provides a way to save money for your income later in life. Retirement no longer stands at a set age and working beyond retirement age is becoming more popular as you don’t have to pay National Insurance contributions and delaying drawing…

As more and more people venture into the world of property letting, there has been a noticeable increase in first-time landlords over recent years. Becoming a landlord involves a steep learning curve, so here’s a list of the most frequently asked questions and answers to help you while you’re finding your feet. How much rent… (2 comments)

We all love spending money, but tracking our finances and our debt to the IRS or the state is a whole different story. When the dreaded tax season rolls around, organizing your financial records and filing your own tax returns can be a bit of a mess—even if you’re using the very latest version of… (3 comments)

Until now, most financial experts have asked you to keep your feet firmly planted on the ground and expect your retirement investments grow every year at a steady rate. No daydreams, no picnic to things-will-not-go-wrong-somehow place. Those experts are very clear about getting your money in balance after retiring, even if the investments are on… (1 comment)

Financial regulations are always put in place with the intention of lending further transparency to decision making processes. However, the eventual results do not always mirror the initial vision. Although providing a new breed of qualified investment advice may help investors avoid financial pitfalls, many individuals are now distancing themselves from this prepaid and often… (2 comments)