In personal finance and investment, experience is invaluable. Money Observer has been helping readers with their finances and investments since 1979. Its editorial team has a clear aim: to provide readers with high-quality analysis and information on a wide range of savings and investment topics. Every issue boasts well-researched facts and opinions designed to help readers - whether they are risk averse or risk takers - make well-informed, and ultimately profitable, financial decisions.
Some of the UK's top financial writers and analysts contribute to Money Observer. They include the former editor of the Investors Chronicle (Ceri Jones), a past business editor of the Independent (David Prosser), former personal finance editor for The Scotsman (Jeff Salway) and the Daily Mail’s former investment correspondent (Holly Black). We also publish regular contributions from a range of industry experts and draw on industry insights from analysts, advisers, fund and trust managers and tax specialists.
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