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

Cashing in your pension pot

Considering using part of your pension pot to treat your loved ones to an extravagant gift this Christmas? Paul Lewis sounds a note of caution

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Money

Paul Lewis – state pension age benefits

Paul Lewis looks at the extra help available for people over state pension age

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Money

The golden rules of silver divorces

If you’re considering divorce, read Paul Lewis’ rules for later life splits

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Money

On course for repayment

It can be tempting to help youngsters pay off their student loan, but settling early may be unwise, says Paul Lewis

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Money

10 ways to cut inheritance tax

From marriage to making gifts, here are 10 ways to reduce your inheritance tax

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Money

The credit card shuffle

Paul Lewis has five tricks up his sleeve to make credit cards work for you.

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Money

Paul Lewis on paying for care

Will care home fees eat up your assets? Paul separates the myth from the reality

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Money

6 things to do before you’re 60

Tick off Paul Lewis’s list for the best chance of living happily ever after

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Money

Paul Lewis on tax changes 2019/2020

Find out who will pay less income tax this year, and who will pay more.

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