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Will the chancellor risk antagonising Tory voters and backbench MPs with tax changes?
Japanese equities are now trading at multiples not that different from US stocks
Study reveals key differences in the way the sexes manage their investments
Experts failed to foresee the impact of Brexit or falling prices
Taking the chequered flag with a powerful car could be a manifestation of ‘illusory superiority’
Expect retailers to deploy lots of emotive money stories to get you to spend
Italy, tech stocks, US midterms and trade tensions combine to spook the markets
Is that text really from your bank? Sometimes it’s impossible to know
Should you boost your exposure to black gold?
The industry must clearly define the words it increasingly bandies about
Why do we treat boys and girls differently when we talk about money?
Behind the trade conflict is a long-term battle for power
Tax and a higher market price mean reinvested dividends are no bargain
Unpredictable regulation and markets make retirement a shifting endgame. For the advisers included in this fourth annual list of retirement experts, the pressure to lower fees is also rising
FT 401 adviser Joshua Itzoe saw some opportunity in the financial crash
Academics argue that retirement investors are facing unforeseen risks
Retirement savers will need to educate themselves and take greater ownership of their fate
Rising markets and new client wins buoy FT 401 advisory assets
US advisers use minimum fees and pared-down services to take on smaller employers
Advisers say increasing access to pension plans is not enough in itself
It might be better financially to pay for a hotel — but a home abroad is more fun
The over-55s raid their savings, while the self-employed are reluctant to save at all
Lack of diversity is a problem for foundations and grant-making committees
Taxing contractor loan receipts from 1999 — how is that not retrospective legislation?
History shows that value, momentum and small-cap funds are winners, given enough time