Pensions & SIPPs

How to Brexit-proof your pension pot

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Positioning your pension before the EU vote is just a bet, writes Yoram Lustig, but he still has some ideas to help protect your nest-egg.

The best ways to build up your SIPP

The best ways to build up your SIPP

Long-term investment experts share their tips for savvy SIPP investing. They also name some choice funds and investment trusts to deliver growth and ride out volatility.

When low investment risk means loss

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With ever more people relying on their investments to keep them going in retirement, we investigate how to target the right amount of risk to beat the fees.

Model Portfolios and Rated Funds to see you through retirement

Model Portfolios and Rated Funds to see you through retirement

Drawing on our Rated Funds and Model Portfolios, we present fund and portfolio ideas to satisfy typical retirement situations.

Budget blog: "This is the Budget for voters - and vote Conservative"

Budget blog: "This is the Budget for voters - and vote Conservative"

Money Observer editor Andrew Pitts takes a wry look at the feelgood, vote-grabbing aspects of Chancellor George Osborne's pre-Election Budget.

Find the best way to boost your income

Find the best way to boost your income

Head of investment at Interactive Investor Rebecca O'Keeffe outlines what options are available to provide income in today's low interest rate environment.

Should I pay for buy-to-let with cash or a mortgage?

Should I pay for buy-to-let with cash or a mortgage?

David Hollingworth from London & Country Mortgages says buy-to-let should be approached as a medium- to long-term investment.

Putting the spotlight on pension investing

Putting the spotlight on pension investing

The main decision that determines how well off you'll be in retirement revolves around where to invest.

Should I pay off my mortgage or build up my ISA?

Should I pay off my mortgage or build up my ISA?

Financial planner Patrick Connolly says it is usually a good idea to try to pay off a mortgage as soon as possible.

What to consider when investing

What to consider when investing

Risk is an inherent part of investing but it is possible for cautious and balanced investors to control that risk by spreading their money across a variety of asset classes.

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