Our free guides are designed to provide readers with essential information on every aspect of investing, whether that's picking a junior Isa for a child, choosing high yield shares, investing in emerging market funds, building a portfolio from scratch or buying bonds.
We'll be adding new guides regularly so keep an eye out for the latest additions.
Some of the guides below are downloadable. If you don’t have Acrobat Reader, you can download it for free at www.adobe.com/uk/
Everything you need to know about investing in bonds
Everything you need to know about getting an income from shares
All you need to know about investing in exchange traded funds (ETFs)
All you need to know about investment trusts
Moira O'Neill picks her top 100 actively managed funds for 2013
We pick our 100 top actively-managed funds
All you need to know about investing in property, whether it's buy to let, high street shops or funds
Everything you need to know about investing in annuities
Now is the time to start thinking seriously about your financial future.
There are lots of good reasons to invest for your children. Our guide explains how to do it
Direct links to features published in 2013.
Direct links to features published in 2012.
Direct links to features published in 2011.
Download your free guide to investing in shares.
Choosing the right solution for retirement
The high performance and low cost investing option
A free investment guide, inspired by Investors Chronicle's award-winning Ideal Portfolio series.
Maximise your returns by learning the investing basics
Learn the difference between a rock solid investment opportunity and investment mania
Practical tips on finding the next new investment opportunity
Find out how to build a portfolio of income generating investments
Find out where to obtain the best advice on investing
How to make money from property
Find out how you can profit from commodities
Find out how to spot shares likely to deliver value or growth
Make sure you understand your tax allowances
Using the internet for investing