As with all investments capital is at risk and the value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up and investors may not get back the amount originally invested. Welcome to the second post in my mini series on retirement, which started last week with a post on how […]
An innovative finance ISA (or IFISA) is the third type of ISA available to UK investors, after cash and stocks & shares ISAs. It is specifically intended for investors to use their tax-free ISA allowance to invest in peer to peer lending. Peer to peer lending is where your investment is lent to borrowers and […]
You’ll never find me without a few different books on my bedside table. I love dipping in to a mixture of fiction and non-fiction depending on my mood. My non-fiction choices tend to focus on personal finance, entrepreneurship and technology with a sprinkling of psychology thrown in there too. I’ve just finished ‘The Meaningful Money […]
Welcome back to another post in my ‘Investing : a woman’s perspective’ series, where we talk women and investing. This week I am talking with Charlotte Jessop of Looking After Your Pennies. Firstly, tell us about yourself? I’m Charlotte. I’m married with two kids aged 3 and nearly 1. We own our home which we have a mortgage […]
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