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Moneywise Investment Trust Awards 2018

Whether you are a building a nest egg for a child or grandchild or saving for your own future, an investment trust could be right for you.

Moneywise's First 50 Funds for beginners

When you start investing, choosing from thousands of funds can seem daunting.

Plan ahead for a singular retirement

Moneywise explains the key issues you need to consider if you’re retiring on your own.

Best ways to supplement your pension

If you are banking on the state pension to fund your retirement, the ever-rising state pension age is cause for concern.

Moneywise Customer Service Awards

The Customer Service Awards 2018 survey has now closed. The winners will be revealed at the Moneywise Customer Service Awards on 7 June 2018. Thank you to everyone who voted.

Take it easy and let your money take care of itself

From apps that automatically move your money into savings accounts to websites that will notify you when you need to switch energy, here are 12...

Banking on the go: Tap into the latest ways to spend and save

Make the most of mobile banking via your smartphone.

"Is an estate agent 'tie-in' period normal when selling a house?"

Help to Buy equity loan homeowners face interest charges - what are your options?

April 2018 marks the fifth anniversary of the launch of the Help to Buy equity loan scheme, with early adopters now facing charges if they wish...

Protect your property by entering the mind of a burglar

Burglary can be a financially and psychologically devastating event for a family.

Live in a flat? Check you have the right insurance

If you own a flat in a conversion or in a purpose-built block, you’ll need to find out who is responsible for providing buildings insurance.

Our dream new home has been ruined

Moneywise helps a reader whose dream home was ruined by Persimmon.

My bank made me feel like a criminal

Moneywise helps a reader made to feel like a criminal by their bank.

Bargain hunting: Would you bend the rules?

We look at the wily ways consumers find to cut costs and ask the lawyers whether this is just shrewd shopping or breaking the law.

What to watch out for before getting a smart meter

Smart meters are the energy gadgets being offered and installed in every household that wants one across England, Scotland and Wales by 2020.

Should you take advantage of cheap loan rates while they last?

Many mortgage borrowers will have been disheartened to see banks and building societies start to increase their interest rates soon after the...

Are credit scores overrated?

Checking your credit score is increasingly popular, with some consumers paying a £15 monthly fee to do so.

10 things that will affect your finances in April 2018

April 2018 will bring plenty of changes that will affect your personal finances. Here are 10 things you need to be aware of.

The financial pros and cons of marriage

You may think that proposing to the one you love on Valentine’s Day is a smart financial move, as married couples benefit from several tax perks...