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Borrowers claim they are ‘trapped in their homes until their deaths’
HM Revenue & Customs’ latest guidance says it will refund the money before checking eligibility
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My father has offered to give me £250 a month for each
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Those at university have struggled in lockdown and their money problems are likely to persist beyond graduation day
Tax break brought in a year ago to stimulate pandemic-hit economy is to be wound down over coming months
Human behaviour is much less predictable — or rational — than the finance industry likes to think
Lockdowns have had a disproportionate effect on the finances of younger buyers, according to research
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Mortgage completions by movers up by 82 per cent in first quarter of 2021