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 written the Money Clinic column in Saga Magazine since 2012.

Latest Articles from Annie

A mobile home in England
Money

Mobile home and care – what happens?

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

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A seedling grows from money representing saving
Money

How to save thousands in the year ahead

Annie Shaw advises you start by giving your finances a good spring clean…

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An alarm clock in a parcel to represent a late delivery
Money

Goods delivered too late: your rights

What can you do when goods are delivered too late to be of use?

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A teenager carrying shopping bags
Money

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
Money

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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You need to keep your Will up-to-date to ensure your belongings are given to the correct recipient.
Money

What can I do if a bequest has been given away?

Annie Shaw answers a dilemma about a ring that had already been given away.

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Never give out personal details over the phone
Money

Are PPI calls genuine?

Can you trust companies who cold call about PPI refunds?

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If you don't have much credit history, it can be difficult to borrow money or get a credit card
Money

Can I get a credit card with no credit record?

If you've been living abroad and have no credit history, what can you do?

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Children can save up to £2,880 a year in a pension without having any earnings
Money

Saving in a pension for grandchildren

Annie Shaw answers a question about saving money for grandchildren in a pension.

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