I return to my football and finance theme for a half-year review of stock markets and what the recent falls mean for investors.
Homeowners should consider how they would cope with monthly mortgage payments rising by a fifth when interest rates rise.
A savings bond similar to premium bonds could be the way to encourage people to save for their long-term care needs when they are elderly.
If you think your income needs will plateau in later life, you're wrong: retirement income needs are more complex.
NS&I has cut savings rates by up to 0.5%, its second reduction in seven months, leaving its accounts paying just 1.1%-1.75%.
A fund manager explains why he has a a third of his investors' money in cash. Also why emerging markets struggle to keep up with the US.
Bonds form an important part of people's pension savings. Last month's crash marks an end to the bull (rising) market the asset class has enjoyed. What should investors do?
These five maths quirks show why cheap debt and easier mortgages aren't necessarily better for homeowners.
Buying low, selling high is the heart of good investing. But it means putting money into the stock market when common sense might say no.
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