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At what point does bargain hunting turn into shopping addiction?
As the cost of living soars, consumers may regret those expensive finance deals
Politicians must listen to young professionals who are feeling the squeeze
The chancellor is applying the biggest tax squeeze to the middle classes, not the wealthiest
Tax freezes and increased childcare costs mean parents are being squeezed at both ends
UK banks are taking a new approach to fraud prevention, but will it pay off?
Future for tax, pensions and energy policy has been tossed into the political salad spinner
Rising rates make annuities attractive for DB pensioners but they’re not right for all
Fallout from the UK’s ‘mini’ Budget widens from property and mortgages to pensions and investments
With UK rates rising, reducing debt looks a better bet
But even big giveaways will not save the wealthy from inflation
Budget-busting challenges ahead mean everyone needs to check their sums this autumn
As price cap heralds 80% rise in bills this winter, there’s no time to waste
Confusion reigns over what is a reasonable gratuity in an era of opaque salaries
Rising interest rates could cost some borrowers more than rising energy bills
More employers are prepared to grant staff time off, but there are important financial questions to ask if you do
‘Manager vs Machine’ report finds that passive funds have fared better in choppy markets
More effort should go into tracking down the owners of lost accounts
The Heathrow cap, flight cancellations and rising Covid cases mean it pays travellers to prepare
Record levels of online fraud in the UK show a vastly different approach is needed
Bargain hunters are premature, but plenty of opportunities await patient investors
As markets turn bearish, will young investors run screaming into the woods?
Is it convenience or council cost-cutting that’s really driving the race towards digital services?
Through the generations, women need to ensure they will have cause to celebrate in retirement
Can anything challenge the belief that investing in digital assets is a guaranteed route to riches?