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Financial advisers found publishing false credentials online

Financial advisers featured on online comparison services used by consumers could be misleading the public about their credentials, a Which? Money investigation has found.  Which? Money analysed 43 advice firms...

FCA’s biggest ever consumer survey: the 5 things you need to know

In one of the biggest pieces of consumer personal finance research in history, the Financial Conduct Authority quizzed almost 13,000 individuals on the state of their finances – including how...

Risk of savers neglecting pensions exposed by City watchdog

Only one in three people aged 45 to 54 say they have given ‘a great deal of thought’ to how they will manage in retirement, research from the City watchdog...

Pension funds forced to disclose hidden costs

Firms managing money on behalf of workplace pensions will be required to tell scheme administrators how much they’ve spent trading assets, according to new rules published today by City watchdog...

Five things you need to know about the City watchdog’s fund management probe

The fund management industry lacks transparency and competition – and doesn’t always act in the best interests of investors, City watchdog the Financial Conduct Authority has found. The regulator’s long-awaited...

Hung parliament: what does this mean for your finances?

UPDATE – 13:00 9 June: The Conservatives have formed a majority government by entering into an informal partnership with the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). Read our analysis of how their...

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Has Vanguard launched the cheapest-ever way to invest?

Vanguard, the US investment fund company made famous by its super-cheap index tracker funds, has launched a new investment platform charging just 15p for every £100 you invest, making it one...

How will the general election affect my pensions and Isa?

The performance of the stock market can have a huge impact on your finances – even if you don’t see yourself as an investor. Your retirement savings, or the pension...

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The stress-free way to use your Isa allowance this year

Today marks exactly a month until the doors shut on another tax year, and time is running out to use the remainder of your £15,240 Isa allowance.  Isa are accounts that allow you...

Rip-off charges can erode pensions by up to a third

High charges and hidden costs are eroding pension pots by as much as a third of their value, according to new research by Which? Money.

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