The Guardian and Observer group has launched its tenth Guardian
Unlimited web site - Money Unlimited. The site is aimed at those with
very little knowledge of the financial markets to visitors wanting to
build share portfolios or start their own business.
Money Unlimited’s central feature is an advice bank, with
specially-commissioned articles by financial journalists on issues such
as getting out of debt, buying a home, planning for retirement, starting
a business and investing in shares.
The site will draw on the Guardian’s Jobs and Money section and the
Observer’s Cash pages for special reports on big issues.
Money Unlimited is edited by Marianne Curphey, previously the Guardian’s
City editor. Curphey joined the paper last summer from the Times’ Money
section, where she was deputy finance editor. She was twice named
consumer pension journalist of the year in the Scottish Life awards.