As the New Year rolls in; many an eye will be firmly fixed on how the markets will fare in January and whether it will set the tone for the rest of the year.
Taxes: they have to be paid, but it can be quite a chore to deal with them. For many people, even just the routine process of filing a tax return can feel monotonous - so why would you want to even think about your tax affairs at any other time of year?
As Iomart reports its first half results Graham Spooner, Investment Research Analyst at The Share Centre, explains what it means for investors.
As United Utilities publishes its half-year results, Ian Forrest, Investment Analyst at The Share Centre, explains what they mean for investors.
The West Brom is adding to its range of online savings accounts by introducing a cash ISA version of its popular Easy Saver account.
Dividend cover for the index of 350 leading shares, a measure of how affordable and sustainable company dividends are, has hit a near six year low, according to new research by The Share Centre.
NS&I has announced that it is reducing the interest rate on its Direct ISA by 0.25% to 1.25% tax-free/AER. This change will come into effect from 16 November 2015. NS&I will be notifying customers affected by the interest rate reduction at least sixty days in advance of it taking place.
In light of yesterday’s ONS statistics bulletin highlighting the percentage of AIM shares belonging to individuals, Darren Cornish, Director of Customer Experience at The Share Centre, comments on what this means for personal investors.
As Booker updates the market Graham Spooner, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, explains what this mean for investors.
A new 18 month fixed rate bond with a highly competitive rate has been launched by Leeds Building Society.
As Paddy Power and Betfair announce potential merger plans, Ian Forrest, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, explains what it could mean for investors.
The over 50s are keeping a close eye on the stock market to make some money when they’ve stopped working as one in three have bought shares in a company to help fund their retirement, according to research by Saga Share Direct.
As Persimmon reports its H1 results Helal Miah, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, explains what they mean for investors.
Halifax has increased the rate that customers will receive on its one year fixed rate ISA by 0.20%. At 1.60%, the one year ISA saver fixed is now one of the most competitive in the market.
In the 12 months since the launch of the new ISA allowance (NISA), balances of new Halifax cash ISAs have increased 44% on average versus those opened 12 months ago, according to the latest Halifax Savings Review.
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