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

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

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

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If you are thinking about getting married in later life, it's important to sort out your financial affairs first
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10 pitfalls of marrying in later life

Annie Shaw looks at how getting married could affect tax, care fees and inheritance.

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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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How to be better off this year

Annie Shaw shares her tips on how to save money and budget for the year ahead.

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How to invest online

Get started with our beginners' guide to online investments.

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Investing for beginners

A jargon-busting guide to getting started with investments.

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Avoid investment traps

Annie Shaw looks at the common mistakes people make when investing.

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Mature couple seeking advice from a financial advisor
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Do you need a financial adviser?

Annie Shaw looks at the pro and cons of taking professional financial advice.

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