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Your Money

IC Personal Finance podcast 27 March 2015

By Graeme Davies , 27 March 2015

Our free weekly personal finance podcast

Maximising retirement income and depleting capital

Our reader and his wife want as much retirement income as possible and are not bothered about leaving a legacy

Pension freedom

We explain the new pensions rules coming into play in April

Developing a Junior Isa investment strategy

Our reader has started investments for his young children and wants to know if he should invest into exchange traded funds


Osborne could close door on will changes after death

Chancellor George Osborne has announced a review into scrapping deeds of variation on wills, commonly used by families to avoid inheritance tax. It's time to make sure your will is tax-efficient

Keep inflation on your agenda

Inflation is at zero but investors still need to focus on the long-term effects


Buy-to-let golden rules

Red tape and rising house prices are making life ever more difficult for buy-to-let investors. So while it's still possible to eke out decent returns from residential property, landlords need to be better prepared than ever. Jonas Crosland explains how.

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