Share dealing need-to-knows
The cheapest way to buy, sell and hold
Trading in shares can be a good way to make a return on your money, but is less rewarding if dealing costs are through the roof – these alone can take a sizeable chunk of your money. Here's everything you need to know about buying, holding and selling shares, including the cheapest way to buy and tips for new investors.
Get £100 cashback on 3%-ish
Peer-to-peer lending firms such as Zopa, Funding Circle and Ratesetter can let you earn a big 6%+, but even the regulator is worried people jump in without knowing the risks. We run through the risks and what's being done to minimise them, and how the main players stack up.
Robo-investment cashback deals
Invest in funds & get cashback
Robo-funds are being heavily advertised. They're far simpler than normal investing but you're locked in to invest in a 'portfolio' of funds. We think this is somewhat restrictive. However, sometimes these robo-funds offer cashback via a special link when you invest, which'll get you a huge head start on other funds.