Personal Finance

  • 22 November 2014

    A HOST of financial advisers are holding free surgeries next week to convince the public that their expertise is worth paying for amid ­accusations that much of the profession pockets high charges for a hands-off service.

  • 2 November 2014

    As Junior Individual Savings Accounts (Jisas) reach their third anniversary this weekend, only a tiny proportion of parents have so far cottoned on to the long-term investment potential of a stock market-based fund.

  • 1 November 2014

    THE colder weather is on its way so now could be a good time to check your energy tariff to make sure you are on a good deal.

  • 1 November 2014

    TENS of thousands of Clydesdale Bank customers whose claims for payment protection insurance (PPI) compensation were rejected are in line for payouts, as the bank introduces a new handling procedure under orders from the regulator.

  • 1 November 2014

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  • 1 November 2014

    DESPITE their long and illustrious track record, investment trusts are often seen as the black sheep of the financial world, struggling to achieve parity with unit trusts and accused of being too complex.

  • 25 October 2014

    Almost one in three of people with a final salary pension will be lured out of it by the Chancellor's promise of being able to convert money purchase pensions into cash from next April, according to Glasgow-based company pensions specialist Hymans Robertson.