UK fraud prevention groups are warning individuals to be extra vigilant following a huge increase in the number of scams seeking to exploit the pandemic.
You may have heard the investment dictum - time in the market, not timing the market. Recent research on the concept has given some very compelling results.
In the spring, a surge was reported in the number of people enquiring about and opening savings accounts, as they sought to secure the best rates.
Millions of children in England and Wales returned to school last week. For many, it was the first time in attendance since March, due to the pandemic.
There have been warnings from several UK bodies, including the Bank of England and the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) urging people to be vigilant.
Financial hardship can strike when we least expect it, showing the importance of having protection cover in place as a safety net.
Last week, the Bank of England (BoE) released the minutes of the latest Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting which concluded on 4 August.
Data from the 15th annual Women and Retirement Report suggests an increasing proportion of women are prepared for retirement.
Living through decades of increasing prosperity has undoubtedly given baby boomers a lot of advantages, but they can also face a number of challenges.