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Buying a property will be cheaper, thanks to an overhaul of stamp duty. We round up this and other highlights of today’s announcement
Money will be allocated to the NHS. But will there be changes to inheritance tax, stamp duty and ISAs that could make us personally better off?
We demystify the stock market and reveal why, although investment is for the long-term, your fifties is not too late to make money from it
Don’t leave your old mobile, laptop or other gadget languishing: you can recycle or re-purpose them, or turn your tech trash into ready cash
Don’t let the pensions shake-up throw your provision off balance: you’ll no longer have to buy an annuity, but you shouldn’t dismiss them
Peer-to-peer lending can offer better returns than ISAs and this type of investing is to be made tax-free. But there are risks inolved too
With a Self-Invested Personal Pension you decide where your money is invested, and new rules mean you can cash in your funds early
From April 2015, if you’re 55 or over, you’ll be able to raid your pension pot. But there are good reasons why you shouldn’t
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