Annie Shaw

Annie Shaw

A respected figure in financial journalism, Annie Shaw is a frequent broadcaster on radio and television. Founder of award-winning financial advice website Cashquestions.com, Annie has been a freelance contributor to Saga Magazine since 2012.


Latest Articles from Annie

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Annie Shaw Money Clinic

How did contracting out affect state pensions? Plus, clarifying Motability rules

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A new deal: 3 year fixed-price insurance

Get the lowdown on three year fixed price insurance deals

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I can’t use my prepaid currency card

A pre-paid currency card is no longer needed – Annie Shaw looks at the options.

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A guide to giving money to your family

Annie Shaw has all you need to know about helping your family financially.

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A mobile home in England
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Mobile home and care – what happens?

Living in a mobile home: What happens if we go into care?

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A teenager carrying shopping bags
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Stop grandchildren frittering a gift

Annie Shaw explains how to give young adults a monetary gift they can’t waste.

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A woman pays with a pre-paid currency card on holiday
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Are pre-paid currency cards safe?

Annie Shaw answers a reader’s question about whether pre-paid currency cards are a risk if lost or stolen.

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Giving money, care fees and inheritance tax

Annie Shaw looks at how gifting money can affect tax, care fees and inheritance tax.

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Spring clean your savings

Annie Shaw's guide to reviewing your savings and ISAs.

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