Personal Finance Expert
About the author
Rachel Wait is a consumer journalist and editor with vast experience in the world of personal finance. Her work spans a wide variety of subjects including money matters, insurance, property and consumer affairs. She frequently appears in top publications and media platforms.
Rachel has an Honours Degree in English from Exeter University and is naturally skilled in writing and narrative structure. As a student she held the position of Features Editor at her university’s newspaper.
Since graduating, her roles have included Deputy Editor for loveMONEY, Editor for TravelSupermarket and Managing Editor for MoneySupermarket. She has an excellent reputation as a writer and editor and is also a sought after online journalist and marketer.
Rachel is constantly writing articles on her major passion, personal finance. She loves simplifying money matters for everyone. She writes on topics such as life insurance, personal loans, equity release and credit cards. She also has a keen interest in home improvement and energy utilisation.
When she’s not hard at work, she enjoys spending time at home creating confectionery masterpieces!
You can find her articles in publications such as Mail on Sunday, The Observer, Evening Standard, Top Ten Reviews, The Spectator, Forbes Advisor UK, Uswitch, Money to the Masses, Swoop Funding, The Money Edit, Finder, Shares Magazine, loveMONEY and MoneySuperMarket.
Most Recent Articles
Equity release is bigger than it’s ever been in the UK. What this has meant for the industry is that larger banks are cottoning on to the idea of allowing clients over the age of 55 to unlock the cash tied into their estates. Behold, the High street banks! One of the big guys who’ve
Will Equity Release Help Me or Harm Me? Find Out Here Is Equity Release the Right Thing for You & Your Situation? Will it Land You in Trouble? We Look at the Pros & Cons to Help You Decide if it’s the Right Thing for YOU… Releasing equity is a big decision and you want
Think about this for a moment: What happens if you die before you have paid off the loan? That’s where inheritance tax comes in. We’ll find out more about this, as well as some other viable options available to retirees. What Is Equity Release? An equity release is a financial arrangement that allows an individual
Many people are asking can they sell their house if they have an equity release plan. And the answer to that question is YES! This article will explain how selling your house after signing an equity release agreement works. So is it Possible to Sell Your House on an Equity Release Plan? The short answer