Woodford Patient Capital reported a fall in net asset value of 4.2 per cent for 2016, so as a result investors will not pay a performance fee.
A planned hike in probate fees, described as a ‘new inheritance tax’, has been scrapped by the government.
Lee Wild runs through how financial markets reacted to the surprise announcement that a snap election will take place on 8 June.
The city watchdog has unveiled plans to investigate competition between online brokers.
Ahead of Lloyds Banking Group's first-quarter results reveal on 27 April, we explore why the bank may struggle to shine over the coming months
Markets have stormed ahead in 2017, but the formal countdown to Brexit puts the security of equity income firmly in the spotlight.
A scheme allowing retirees to top up their state pension expires on 5 April 2017, so check the rules to see if you could benefit, says Steve Webb.
Going global is the key to stabilising investment return streams, says Ken Fisher.
When markets are stretched it's tempting to run to cash, but three trusts take contrarian investor David Liddell's eye.
Investors cite cost and value for money as the primary driver when selecting their provider of choice, research has found.
Carol Knight of Tisa believes Lifetime Isas will work well for those who currently find it hard to save – but they could work better for consumers.
Look at the whole business, including debt, for a clearer view of valuation, advises Richard Beddard.
Former pension minister Ros Altmann outlines how she wants to see the next government help poorer pensioners, older women and families facing elderly care.
Find out how the Saltydog's momentum style responds to political changes.