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Our portfolio inched ahead again in Q3…

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Low-cost index trackers that will save you money

A choice of cheap index trackers to help passive investors craft their portfolios

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The last instalment of our epic ISA / SIPP FI series looks at when you should use cash to bridge the gap to your pension.

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I hit my FI number

The Accumulator enters the promised land after many years of wandering the desert. But does he really like milk and honey?

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The complete guide to investing in a stocks and shares ISA including how it works, the rules, your allowance, tax breaks, costs, eligible funds and inheritance wrinkles.

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The ISA allowance ((Also known to the government but to nobody else as the ‘subscription limit’.)) is the maximum amount of new money you can put into the range of tax-free savings and investment accounts that make up the ISA family. The ISA allowance for the current tax year to 5 April is £20,000. The [...]

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The cautionary tale

Getting rich doesn’t help if you can’t hang on to it.

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Investing for beginners: Why do we invest?

Here’s the first part in a new occasional series of articles aimed at absolute beginners to investing. Apples for teacher appreciated.

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Mobile trading apps are on the rise. Here’s how to run a good passive investing strategy on Freetrade using ETFs.

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Is there any point in bonds any more, when you can get a higher rate of interest from a savings account?

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Let’s scare ourselves stupid by watching the horrorshow that was the 1972-1974 UK stock market crash.

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The market recovery is looking suspiciously V shaped. Can it possibly be true. Or will it soon turn into a W?

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Lars calls in from his Covid-19-proof bunker to answer your burning questions about investing in the Covid era…

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Enough of the talk of bond apocalypse. Here’s how to work out the potential gains and losses for yourself, depending on what interest rates do next.

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If you’re going to try to beat the market, you’re better off learning from a wrinkly old guy with an incredible record than a 30-something on CNBC.

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We take a look at the weird world of negative interest rates, the potential consequences, and the dream of ‘being paid to take out a mortgage’.

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