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Investing for children: Five myths busted

Investing for children: Five myths busted ISA SIPP JISA tax parents grandparents

Investing for children is often seen as a fiddly business, and there are a number of myths to debunk. Tom Stevenson at Fidelity sifts out the fairy tales from the facts.

Why your ISA and pension may be up after Brexit sell-off

ISAs pensions up after Brexit currency impact sterling drop exports

Soon after the dramatic collapse in equities and sterling on Friday, some investors actually found their portfolio had made gains. Joshua Ausden at Neptune explains why.

Does it pay to be an ISA early bird?

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Many leave it to the last minute, but what if ISA investing came at the start of the tax year? Faith Glasgow finds out if your money is better off being in the market for longer.

The DOs and DON'Ts of tax year end

The DOs and DON'Ts of tax year end

Rebecca O'Keeffe, head of investment at Interactive Investor, gives her view on the key investment considerations in the run up to tax year end.

Most popular shares for your ISA

Most popular shares for your ISA

What stocks have Interactive Investor users been sticking in their tax-free wrapper this past 12 months? We reveal your favourite ISA stocks here.

Five funds for your ISA

Five funds for your ISA

As the 5 April deadline to use up your ISA allowance approaches, this collective investment expert names five funds in his sights that might fit nicely in your portfolio.

5 easy stocks and shares funds for your ISA

5 easy stocks and shares funds for your ISA

With interest rates on the floor, novice investors are turning to stocks and shares to keep up returns. It's why we've picked out five easy funds to get equity exposure for your ISA.

How to be a better investor

How to be a better investor

With both seasoned investors and novices in mind, Julian Marr unpacks the tried and trusted rules for running a successful portfolio.

What is the best way to invest £150,000 if I don't need it for a few years?

What is the best way to invest £150,000 if I don't need it for a few years?

By putting the money in investment funds, it is possible that you'll generate a much better return than by putting it in cash, says Patrick Connolly at Chase de Vere.

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.