July was a quieter month for financial markets. Chief Investment Officer, Richard Flax, looks at whether record low volatility is here to stay and what you should consider when managing your investments.
Knowing your attitude to risk is one of the first steps to understanding how to meet your financial goals.
Wage packets are failing to keep up with increasing prices, but shoppers are refusing to ease off on their spending.
With interest rates low and inflation strengthening, this isn’t an environment for savers. Yet more-than half of women in the UK aren’t investing because they don’t have enough money at the end of the month, Moneyfarm research shows. The gender gap is having a direct impact on how women can prepare financially for the future, […]
Emmanuel Macron has swept to victory in the French presidential election after going head-to-head with Marine Le Pen on Sunday. Leader of the independent En Marche! (On the Move!) party, Macron won with an estimated 66% majority and will become the youngest-ever president of the Fifth Republic. After seeing off the other contenders in Republican […]
Despite promising a 25% bonus to help first-time buyers, the new LISA has been controversial. Find out why we won’t be offering it to our customers.
Many parents are putting their family at risk of large unexpected bills because they don’t understand the basic rules of inheritance tax. Here we explain how a simple ISA can help.
After this week’s Budget, Emily looks at the growth figures and how the changes made could impact investing.
When Philip Hammond took to the House of Commons to present his first Spring Budget, he was also presenting his last. The annual Budget will now take place in the Autumn, which means this year, the year of Article 50, there will be two Budgets. A strong economy Given that the UK has voted to […]