Chris Torney

Chris Torney

Specialising in business and personal finance, Chris was most recently the personal finance editor on the Daily Express. He now works as a freelance writer for a wide range of business and finance publications.


Latest Articles from Chris

A key in a house door to represent a buy-to-let investment
Money

5 buy-to-let pitfalls to avoid

Becoming a landlord could be very lucrative, but you need to be careful…

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A pound against a graph to represent the effect on inflation on a pension
Money

Inflation-proof your retirement fund

How to protect your capital from the damaging effects of inflation.

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A euro coin on a sandy beach to represent moving a pension abroad
Money

Should you move your pension abroad?

Has the prospect of Brexit caused you to consider moving your pension abroad?

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A pair of scissors snip at the word 'tax' to represent cutting a tax bill
Money

5 ways to cut your tax bill

Can you use some or all of these tips to reduce the tax you pay?

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Tax spelled out in thin metal letters
Money

Does tax self-assessment affect you?

Do you have to fill in a tax return form?

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A woman misses her tax return deadlines
Money

Self-assessment tax deadlines

We list the self-assessment tax return deadlines you need to know.

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A model of a policeman on a keyboard to represent the Snoopers Charter AKA the Investigatory Powers Act
Technology

Explaining the Snoopers’ Charter

What does the surveillance law introduced in 2016 mean for you?

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An alarm clock with taxes written on the face
Money

Don’t delay your tax self-assessment

It takes time to register for the service online and must be done in advance.

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Tax spelled out with wooden blocks
Money

Self-assessment tax myths dispelled

If you have to complete a tax return, you need to know about these myths…

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