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  • Tuesday 11 February 2014

    Claiming for wet weather damage - what are your rights?

    Flooding and persistent wet weather are creating havoc for many who are having to make claims on insurance for damage to homes and cars. Read On
  • Monday 10 February 2014

    How can I reduce the premium on my son's car insurance?

    Saga Magazine money expert Annie Shaw helps another reader deal with a money dilemma. Read On
  • Friday 7 February 2014

    Boomers boost Britain's bottom line

    Saga’s report shows how British baby-boomers are helping to keep the economy afloat. Read On
  • Wednesday 5 February 2014

    Online calculators to improve your financial future

    More and more people are taking to the internet to make sure they are in control – and making the most - of their money. Read On
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  • Wednesday 5 February 2014

    How can I make sure my wife reaps the benefits of my investments when I'm gone?

    Saga Magazine money expert Annie Shaw looks at another reader's dilemma over investment and inheritance. Read On
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  • Monday 3 February 2014

    Buy to let revival for retirees

    A growing army of savers are using buy to let properties to boost their income in retirement. Read On
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  • Monday 3 February 2014

    Eight ways to make your money go further

    Money-saving does not have to be a painful, hair-shirt affair. Here's a selection of tips to stretch your cash further without undue effort. Read On
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