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  • Wednesday 30 July 2014

    What you need to know about care home fees

    From April 2016 the state will make a bigger contribution to long-term care in England – but it's not that simple... Read On
  • Wednesday 30 July 2014

    How to protect yourself against the latest identity thefts

    A staggering four million people in the UK have already fallen victim to identity theft, yet households are failing to protect themselves against loss according to research.
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  • Friday 25 July 2014

    What you need to know about insurance comparison websites

    Money expert Annie Shaw on why comparison sites may not be all they are cracked up to be. Read On
  • Friday 25 July 2014

    Be quick for the latest money-saving tips

    Get a move on to make the most of this week's money-saving tips - some of them last for just a few days!
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  • Wednesday 23 July 2014

    Have you been mis-sold a packaged current account?

    Do you pay for your current account? More than 10 million of us do. But it may have been mis-sold, especially if it was sold to you before April 2013. If it was then you may be able to get compensation. Read On
  • Wednesday 23 July 2014

    How to avoid paying inheritance tax

    Families could save themselves tens of millions of pounds in tax bills by setting up policies that help avoid paying inheritance tax.
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  • Wednesday 23 July 2014

    The dangers of shared appreciation mortgages

    If you took out a shared appreciation mortgage in the late 1990s you could face financial hardship. Money expert Annie Shaw examines one Saga reader's dilemma: Read On
  • Wednesday 23 July 2014

    How to save money through the summer

    Make the most of the warmer days with these simple but effective top tips for saving cash through the summer. Read On
  • Thursday 17 July 2014

    Do you really have enough insurance cover for your holidays?

    Holidaymakers packing their must-have gadgets and designer gear for their latest trip could be seriously underinsured, according to research.
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  • Wednesday 16 July 2014

    Older people can adapt to a cashless society

    Going 'cashless' may not be universally popular, but in her latest blog money expert Annie Shaw has no doubt that older people can and will embrace the change. Read On
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