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Personal Finance podcast 29 May

By Graeme Davies , 29 May 2015

Leonora Walters and guests dicuss the latest personal finance news

Will my investments still feed me, when I'm 94?

Your life expectancy is much longer than you think, with implications for your finances and your children

Q&A: How will income on my ETF be taxed?

A reader asks how dividends on his US dividend ETF will be taxed and whether holding his fund in a Sipp or Isa will make a difference.

Age 50 and going for growth in my Isa

This investor wants to boost his individual savings account as much as possible over the next 10 years. He needs to trim his holdings and develop a better strategy.

Savings  

Low-risk alternatives to pensioner bonds

With the popular NS&I pensioner bonds no longer around, what options remain for older investors who are looking for low risk income?

IC Personal Finance Podcast 22 May 2015

Our free personal finance podcast this week discusses income tips, European equities and exchange traded funds

Property  

Bricks abroad

Jonas Crosland examines the attractions and costs of buying property abroad and the tax implications for non-resident owners

Pay less tax with onshore investment bonds

Onshore investment bonds are a tax-efficient option available to investors who have used up their pensions and Isa allowance

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