For parents or relatives thinking of investing for children, the earlier you start, the better. That way, you can take full advantage of their growing years to allow the investment to appreciate as much as possible, but what’s the best way of investing for kids, and how do the various options work? The difference between […]
You’ve got £50,000 to invest, but are unsure what to do with it. It’s time to make your money work harder for you.
If you’ve got some unallocated money, say £1,000, for example, you’re thinking of investing it, and you’re totally new to investing, knowing where to start can be pretty tricky. However, help is at hand. This article has been written to give you some ideas on how to invest 1,000 pounds. Questions to consider before you […]
When it comes to investing your £100,000, follow these five simple tips to maximise your returns.
The majority of UK citizens resident here in the UK are able to earn some interest on their savings without having to pay any tax, thanks to specific allowances which include: Your personal allowance The starting rate for savings The personal savings allowance (PSG) All three of these allowances are allocated and refreshed each tax […]
If you’re searching for essential information on saving via an ISA, this Moneyfarm guide will fit the bill nicely. If you are considering starting to save or invest today, it is essential reading. What is an ISA saver? An ISA saver is a Cash ISA. It is one of five types of ISAs that are […]
It is said there are two certain things in this world – death and taxes. But whereas we are still waiting for the elixir of eternal life, ISA inheritance tax can be minimised under certain circumstances. This Moneyfarm guide to the ISA Inheritance Tax rules (or ISA IHT rules for short) tells you all you […]
When you’ve got £75,000 sat in your savings account, it can be difficult knowing what to do with it. Follow these five steps and get one step closer to your dream retirement.
An ISA can help you maximise your returns, but should you combine all your ISAs or will having a collection better help you reach your goals?