Money to the Masses

Help us raise awareness of the importance of wills

As part of our continued efforts to raise awareness of the importance of financial planning, we are working on an article with a national newspaper to highlight the importance of having a will. As part of the article, it would be great to feature a real-life case study of an individual/ family where the absence of a will became an issue or caused difficulty. Perhaps a situation that could have been avoided if a will had been put in place beforehand.

If you are interested in sharing your story please email me at If you are chosen as a case study you will be asked to take part in a brief phone interview with a newspaper journalist and a photographer may visit you to take your picture.

As a thank you Money to the Masses will give you £100 in Amazon vouchers for your help.
Enjoy this week's newsletter.

Damien Fahy founder

Damien Fahy & MoneytotheMasses are regularly quoted in the national press including
Money to the Masses Podcast
Episode 256 - On this week's show we reveal tips for those wanting to go freelance. We also discuss a checklist if you are buying a leasehold property. Finally, we reveal how to get business class flights for the price of a premium economy seat.
on iTunes     on Android     on Spotify     via RSS
Damien's Midweek Markets Podcast
Episode 48 - The latest episode of my DIY investment podcast where I discuss what is happening in investment markets. This week I talk about the possibility of a pandemic and how it could impact investment markets.
on iTunes     on Android     on Spotify     via RSS
Money tips and news
How to fly in business class with British Airways’ sign-up offer

They got their dream job away from it all – but what happened next?

Revealed: the bank accounts thousands are switching to

Wonga customers to get just 4.3% of compensation for missold payday loans

A complete guide to money transfer credit cards

UK interest rates held as economy shows signs of picking up
Take Damien's Free Money MOT


8 things you should know before applying for a mortgage

Buying a house in 2020: are property prices really seeing a ‘Brexit bounce’?

UK banks approve highest number of mortgages since 2015

Remortgaging in 2020 - is now the right time to fix and for how long?

More affordable housing 'should be built in national parks'

House prices over 174 years - and the 70 year period they got cheaper
Get a FREE Mortgage Review

Savings, Pensions & Investments

Nutmeg Lifetime ISA review

What is the best way to combine my pensions?

Pass on your pension without paying inheritance tax

I’m 70 – do I get taxed on self-employed pay?

Why it pays to move your occupational pension out of its default fund

Fidelity Review - is it the best broker for UK investors in 2020?
See the best & cheapest SIPPs

Reader's question of the week

How much does mortgage advice cost?

Now might be a good time to....

...invest in the best performing funds right now

Money guide of the week

Bupa health insurance review - Is it the best health insurance provider in the UK

Newspaper Roundup

Best of the Sunday papers' MONEY sections 

Best of the Sunday papers' PROPERTY sections

This Week's Video - Subscribe to our YouTube channel

Our expert panellists share some fantastic tips on how you can increase your income. This video was recorded at our event 'Build a champagne lifestyle on a lemonade budget'.

Follow us on Instagram - @moneytothemasses

The Money to the Masses podcast has been featured by Apple within its "Be a better you" section! 🎉⁠

If you've not listened to our podcast yet be sure to check it out, (there's even a bonus midweek show)! And don't forget to subscribe to always stay up to date with the latest episodes.⁠

 Find us on Facebook - Money to the Masses

Join the chat in our Facebook group

 Follow us on Twitter - @money2themasses


80-20 Investor vs. The Market - Aug 2014 to January 2020

80-20 Investor
Our research and 80-20 algorithm finds the best funds to invest in, doing the hard work for you.
Join 80-20 Investor
The material in any email, the website, associated pages / channels / accounts and any other correspondence are for general information only and do not constitute investment, tax, legal or other form of advice. You should not rely on this information to make (or refrain from making) any decisions. Always obtain independent, professional advice for your own particular situation. See full Terms & Conditions, Privacy Policy and Disclaimer.

Neither and 80-20 Investor nor its content providers are responsible for any damages or losses arising from any use of this information. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

Funds invest in shares, bonds, and other financial instruments and are by their nature speculative and can be volatile. You should never invest more than you can safely afford to lose. The value of your investment can go down as well as up so you may get back less than you originally invested. Tax rules can change and benefits depend on individual circumstances.

Information provided by and 80-20 Investor is for general information only and not intended to be relied upon by readers in making (or not making) specific investment decisions.

Appropriate independent advice should be obtained before making any such decisions. Leadenhall Learning (owner of and 80-20 Investor) and its staff do not accept liability for any loss suffered by readers as a result of any such decisions.

The tables and graphs in 80-20 Investor are derived from data supplied by Trustnet. All rights Reserved.
Copyright © 2020, All rights reserved.

unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences 

Forward to a Friend