Saturday, January 19, 2019
Home Authors Posts by Vicky Dixon

Vicky Dixon

472 POSTS 0 COMMENTS
Editor-in-Chief of MoneyInternational.com My commitment is to ensuring the latest developments across the financial world reach our readership first. My own contributions and area of expertise lie predominantly in the British pension sector, a field I worked in for many years in England before moving to the UK. As Editor-in Chief, I welcome and appreciate all feedback, and any ideas or requests for future pieces. It is the enthusiasm of our team, and the constructive feedback and sometimes heated debate of our readership that fuels my passion for financial journalism.

Tax Deadline Day Looms For UK Crypto Investors

If you are a British cryptocurrency trader, the deadline day for tax filing is fast approaching, but do you know if you have any profits to declare - and if so how to declare...

Brexiteers Shout Down Deal Before They Know The Terms

The usual Brexit suspects have prominently renounced Prime Minister Theresa May’s proposed Brexit deal before the details have been released. Boris Johnson, Jacob Rees-Mogg and Nigel Farage have criticised the deal at the head of...
Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme

Do You Fit The Profile Of A SEIS Business Angel?

The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme is drawing huge amounts of ‘smart capital’ from business angels, according to new research. These investors are have tied up their cash in 15,000 businesses contributing £4.5 billion to the...

SEIS – How to invest in start-ups

The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) is a well-kept secret among investors in the know, but finding out which companies are looking for cash is a harder task for many. Plenty of information is online...

Year-End Tax Planning Guide For UK Expats

The end of the financial year is fast approaching for UK taxpayers - including expats who may live overseas but are still tax residents. It’s important to make the best of any available tax breaks...

Thanks A Million Lucas, Says Spider Animator

Hollywood movie animator Josh Slice has hit the big time with his small animation Lucas the Spider. He has so many orders for his soft toy that was brought to life as a computer animation...

What’s The Best Age To Reach A Financial Milestone?

Everyone likes to benchmark their money against how others are doing - and doing so is a good way to monitor if we are on track for our financial goals. Most of us already have...

Live Shows Bring In The Cash For High-Earning Musicians

Musicians don’t make money out of selling records or streaming downloads anymore - the big bucks come from live shows. Millions of dollars can come from a world tour and selling ‘merch’ - merchandise like...

Tax-Free Pension Cash FAQ For British Expats

A tax-free cash lump sum is often considered a just reward for many years of hard saving into a pension. But many retirement savers are unsure what to do once they are entitled to take...

Retirement Income Gap Is Postcode Lottery

The retirement income gap between the richest and poorest pensioners turns out to be a postcode lottery. Pensioners living in the wealthiest parts of London and the South have incomes of up to £25,600 more...

What Pensions And Marshmallows Have In Common

Financial regulators are trying to close the pension transfer barn door well after the horse has bolted into the distance. A disgraceful feeding frenzy over the British Steel Pension Scheme has led to the Financial...

Record Pay Day For Investors As Dividends Hit A High

Global stock markets smashed their way to record highs in 2017 - and took investors on the ride with them. In the UK alone, companies paid a record £94.4 billion in dividends to shareholders. The increase...

Divorce Settlements in the UK are Including Cryptocurrencies as Financial Assets

The rise of cryptocurrencies seems to be making divorce cases more complicated. Due to the couples concerned needing to come to an agreement on how their assets will be divided, there is now widespread...

Buy To Let Mortgage Guide For Expats

Buy to let mortgage rules have tightened up for new landlords as well as seasoned investors. If you are an expat looking to buy or refinance in the UK, then you need to know how...

How Much You Need To Save For A Comfortable Retirement

Pension experts have crunched some numbers to come up with how much an average worker needs to save to retire on a target annual income of two-thirds of their final salary. The average salary at...

recent posts