Fund managers rarely seek fame, but you should examine where they invest, says financial columnist Peter Sharkey.
Investors should beware promises of unusually high rental returns, says financial expert Peter Sharkey.
It's never too early to think about retirement, says financial columnist Peter Sharkey.
I can pretty much predict the majority of reader comments every time I see an article online about veganism.
Cooks and investors should avoid risky outcomes wherever possible, says financial expert Peter Sharkey.
Financial columnist Peter Sharkey asked readers what made them apprehensive about investing - here they share their responses...
If burger restaurants can be transparent, so too can the financial services sector, says Peter Sharkey.
There's still £1.5 billion old notes knocking around and we don't seem bothered, says finance guru Peter Sharkey.
Our coastal village of Hemsby has always been one of my favourite parts of Norfolk.
Last week, Scandinavia proved that there was more to life than patterned jumpers, says Peter Sharkey, as its largest lender, Nordea Bank, revealed that it was launching a 20-year, fixed interest rate mortgage - with a 0% interest rate.
Investment doesn't have to be a frightening experience, says financial expert Peter Sharkey.
Want to gain greater control? Making your own pension provision could be the answer, says financial expert Peter Sharkey.
It's not just Downing Street's newest resident, PM Boris Johnson, who is using them - acronyms and abbreviations can assist savers and investors too, says Peter Sharkey.
Peter Sharkey explains how undertaking most forms of property refurbishment adds value to your home.
The Fab Four's first contract with Brian Epstein sold for £275,000 - a good sign of value investing, says our financial columnist Peter Sharkey.
Financial guru Peter Sharkey looks at the simple ways you can take control of our finances.
Peter Sharkey looks at the enormous chasm between millennials' monthly expenditure and the current state pension.
Changes to the pension age will mean that many young women will be worse off - which is why they should start saving now, says Peter Sharkey.
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