A reader recently wrote in, asking whether it would be better to pay for her child's university education from her access bond, or to take out a student loan.
Category - Financial planning
The financial industry is coming to the realisation that retirement, in the way that we currently understand the concept, is no longer feasible.
There is always a frenzy to devour and dissect Warren Buffett’s shareholder letter and extract the freshest pearls of wisdom. This year was no exception, even though the pickings seemed a bit slim.
If you’ve decided that 2018 is the time to get your finances under control, try this month-by-month plan so that your finances and admin are all up-to-date by the end of the year.
Divorce is always heartbreaking – but when the woman getting divorced has sacrificed her career, her financial independence and sometimes her identity, it can be particularly traumatic.
Many parents are now questioning whether a traditional university education is relevant for their children in today's world.
Discovery Life has launched a Global Education Protector policy which could help fund your children’s education costs.
The simple truth about investing: spend less than you make, save the difference, buy a diverse portfolio of diverse companies, and be patient.
It is officially National Wills Week. Wills can get quite tricky – there are several common mistakes that are made when drafting a Will that can have a serious impact on your wishes.
Finding a balance between market returns and a guaranteed income in retirement