Investing

  • Should I Open A Lifetime ISA As I Am Nearly 40?

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    Please be aware that any form of stock market investment can go up and down over time. You may want to consider advice from a qualified financial adviser before opening a Stocks and Shares ISA. Rate correct at time of publishing but could be subject to change.  Different types of Individual Savings Accounts (ISAs) have […]

  • Innovative Finance ISAs, ISA Investments & Long Term Saving

    Innovative Finance ISA

    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 […]

  • BOOK REVIEW : The Meaningful Money Handbook

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    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 […]

  • ‘Investing : a woman’s perspective’ with Charlotte Jessop

    FEATURE IMAGE CHARLOTTE JESSOP WOMAN INVESTOR

    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 […]

  • ‘Investing : a woman’s perspective’ with Lesley Negus

    Welcome back to another post in my ‘Investing : a woman’s perspective’ series, where we talk women and investing. This week we have something a bit different – we are talking women property investors. To date on the series we have talked to women who hold investments mainly in the stock market through their pensions, ISAs and […]