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How can I cut the legal cost of my divorce?

By Kate Beioley , 22 January 2015

Getting divorced is already a painful process without the added strain of hefty legal bills. We examine how to cut the fees for breaking up

I want to leave £1.4m to charity

Our retired reader and his wife want to leave their Isas and personal pensions to charity and so are investing for capital preservation. But our experts disagree on the ideal asset allocation.

I want to pass my Sipp assets to my daughters

Our reader wants to will the assets in his 'surplus' self-invested personal pension to his two daughters. Our experts say this will change the risk profile for the investments

20-year-old has focus on oil and gas stocks

Our young reader can refine his portfolio by introducing some long-term core funds

Savings  

Don't panic over NS&I 65+ bonds

How soon could the NS&I bonds for people aged 65 and over sell out? Should you buy them? And what should you invest in if you miss out?

For sale: Unwanted annuity

The pensions minister wants investors to be able to sell their annuities. But who is going to buy your annuity leftovers? And will you get a decent price?

Property  

Autumn Statement: New stamp duty rates for home buyers

Stamp duty rate changes will mean savings for most home buyers.

Planning for a disabled dependant

Investors with mentally or physically disabled dependants can use special tax efficient trusts as part of their inheritance planning.

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