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Moneywise's First 50 Funds for beginners

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

Easy tracker fund portfolios for 2019 and beyond

Would you like to create your own investment portfolio using simple and cheap tracker funds?

The cost of changing women's state pension age: have women born in the 1950s been short-changed?

In 1995, the government announced plans to increase women’s state pension age from 60 to 65 in line with men’s.

What does 2019 have in store for pensions? Tax relief changes, state pension rise and more

From moves to encourage more people to save for retirement to the challenge Brexit poses to those seeking an income from their investments,...

Moneywise Customer Service Awards

The Moneywise Customer Service Awards 2019 survey is live! Give us your views on the financial firms that you love – and those you don’t - for the chance to win £1,000.

Five more entrants will win £100 vouchers and the first 10,000 to enter get a free copy of Moneywise, so get voting now.

Cash Isa rates finally rising: here's why they're still a good place for your money

Interest rates on Cash Isas are gradually rising and offer a safe haven, especially for taxpayers who have gone over their personal savings...

Premium accounts: Bank like the rich and famous

If you’re lucky enough to be a high earner, or have significant sums saved or invested, you may be eligible for a 'premium' bank account....

“We cleared our mortgage early AND SAVED thousands of pounds” - Here’s how you can too

Fancy being mortgage-free sooner rather later? Two homeowners who managed to pay off their mortgage early explain how they did it.

Could a holiday let beat buy to let?

Changes to tax rules for buy-to- let (BTL) investors have dented hopes of making a decent income on a second property for many, with a series of...

A guide to indemnity insurance

When you buy a house, you may be asked to take out an indemnity policy to protect you against unforeseen risks to your property.

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.

How to fight fraudsters: the psychology of scams

Find out how to recognise – and overcome – the psychological tactics that scammers use, playing on insecurity and anxiety so they can get their...

Your rights when parcels go missing

What can you do if your parcel doesn't arrive? We explain your rights.

10 smart ways to cut your energy bills and save hundreds of pounds

Tempted to turn up the thermostat in biting cold weather?

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.

How to get out of debt in 2019

Read our guide to seeking free advice and paying off what you owe.

Easy ways to boost your credit rating

If you want to borrow money, don't be written off as a sinner. Here's how to make your credit record whiter than white.

How to spot the signs of financial abuse

Banks and building societies have adopted a voluntary code to tackle financial abuse, and the government has

Benefits you're entitled to: the over-60s

Are you struggling to make ends meet? You'll be surprised at the financial support on offer in the lead-up to retirement and beyond.