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  • Friday 29 August 2014

    Prize boost for Premium Bonds

    Premium Bond holders now have a chance to win £1 million, but £25 is a more likely prize.
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  • Thursday 28 August 2014

    Important changes ahead to your personal tax allowance

    This tax year the personal tax allowance is £10,000. But changes are in the pipeline for early next year. Read On
  • Wednesday 27 August 2014

    Are the new mortgage market rules starting to help the downsizing over 50s?

    Borrowers will breathe a sigh of relief at claims that the mortgage market is now 'settling in' to new rules introduced which had stalled applications. Read On
  • Tuesday 26 August 2014

    Lidl's French wine promotion

    Savvy shoppers at Lidl will soon be adding fine Bordeaux and Burgundy to their “beans-and-bog-roll” shopping lists. From September 4 until stocks run dry, the no-frills German discount chain will be selling a new range of 48 premium wines from classic French wine regions, including the Loire, the Rhône, Alsace, Languedoc-Roussillon and Champagne. Nearly half the wines are from Bordeaux. Read On
  • Thursday 21 August 2014

    Be quick for the latest money-saving tips

    Best be quick if you want to make the most of our latest money-saving tips - some of them only last for a few days! Read On
  • Thursday 21 August 2014

    Which UK bank offers the best current account?

    More and more banks are now paying good rates of interest on a positive current account balance - and some will even offer £100 to new customers who switch to them. Read On
  • Wednesday 20 August 2014

    Watch out for investment scams

    Investment scams can take many forms. Paul Lewis tells you what to look out for - and what to avoid.
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  • Wednesday 20 August 2014

    How to make sure your investments stay safe in a volatile market

    Investors may be spooked by news of recent volatility in the stock market caused by ongoing worries about the impact of global conflicts. Read On
  • Monday 18 August 2014

    More than one million over 65s are still working

    The number of over 65-year-olds working has increased to more than a million since the coalition came to power, according to research.
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  • Friday 15 August 2014

    Seven ways to give yourself a pay rise

    Britain's economic recovery is not boosting pay packets, according to official figures showing that wages fell for the first time since the 2009 recession. Read On
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