Paul Lewis

Paul Lewis

Best known as the presenter of Money Box and Money Box Live on BBC Radio 4, Paul is an award-winning financial journalist and broadcaster. He is Saga Magazine’s longest serving contributor, having written for and edited its money section since 1984.

Latest Articles from Paul

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Money

Paul Lewis on pension credit changes

Couples on a low income should claim extra money to boost it before 15 May 2019

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Money

Retired and self employed

Paul Lewis on the advantages of being over 65 and self-employed

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Money

Changes to probate fees in 2019

Paul Lewis on the changes to probate fees that will affect 200,000 estates

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Paul Lewis on state pension changes

The state pension age is equal, but many women lost out in the changeover years

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Money

Can you trust a trust?

Will a trust protect your assets from inheritance tax? Paul Lewis thinks not.

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SIPPs the risks and benefits

Paul Lewis looks at the freedom – and dangers – of managing your SIPP

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Money

Know your disability rights

Paul Lewis' brief summary of state benefits...

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Money

All about National Savings & Investments

Paul Lewis looks at this British institution and the products it offers.

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Credit cards and consumer rights

Not only is it convenient, but paying with plastic brings consumer rights, too

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