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  • Thursday 16 October 2014

    How to track down an old company pension

    A Saga reader draws a blank in attempting to track down an old family pension. Money expert Annie Shaw offers some help: Read On
  • Wednesday 15 October 2014

    How to find the best deals for your mobile phone contract

    Mobile phone billpayers are increasingly favouring pay-as-you-go tariffs to avoid restrictive contract deals, says a new report.
    Read On
  • Wednesday 15 October 2014

    Don't get caught by pension freedom scammers

    You'll be reading a lot in the next few months - including information from Saga - on how the new pension freedoms will work from next April. Read On
  • Wednesday 15 October 2014

    How to get your commission back

    If you have transferred a pension fund to a new provider but received no ongoing service or advice from them you may be able to reclaim the annual ‘trail commission’ taken out of the fund.
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  • Monday 13 October 2014

    Are your loved ones missing out on the digital revolution?

    Get Online Week (October 13 to 19) is a campaign which aims to ensure no one is excluded from using the internet and reaping the wider benefits of digital technology. We spoke to Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude MP who is spearheading the digitisation of government services. Read On
  • Thursday 9 October 2014

    Inheritance tax rises

    The Government is getting an inheritance tax (IHT) bonanza as rising house prices drag more estates into its net.
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  • Wednesday 8 October 2014

    Six essential money facts about moving abroad

    Thinking of moving overseas? Some six million of us are planning to do just that. Paul Lewis examines the potential financial pitfalls of living abroad.
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  • Wednesday 8 October 2014

    Investment tips: global emerging markets

    Merryn Somerset Webb looks at the latest investment trends. Read On
  • Thursday 2 October 2014

    £1m still to be claimed by victims of Farepak collapse

    The hunt is on for more than 11,000 people owed more than £1 million. And the odd thing is they campaigned very hard to get redress. But now it seems they have simply not cashed the cheques they were sent. Read On
  • Wednesday 1 October 2014

    Money-saving trends

    Women take the lead when it comes to thriftiness, but men make bigger savings, according to a new study.
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