Too many unacceptable faces of capitalism

Everyone’s on the take one way or another — highly paid chief executives for a start

Brexit vote and your money

Abbey House, an 11-bedroom manor house in Malmsbury, Wiltshire, £3.25m through Strutt & Parker. Thanks to the fall in sterling, it is now 11 per cent cheaper for dollar buyers
How the UK’s decision to leave the EU could impact the property market and where the new opportunities are to be found
Claer Barrett
Theresa May’s stance on Europeans is causing concern as workers act to protect their livelihoods

Inheritance tax: how the wealthy reduce it

Gifting and reliefs allow the wealthy to sidestep the tax

Picture By Jim Wileman - 18/04/16 Anne Walker, founder of IDS, pictured in Newton Abbot, Devon.
©Jim Wileman

Lady of the dance and the Strictly effect

From a church hall to a company with 60 employees

Lloyds to shed more jobs and branches

Bank more than doubles first-half profits

Police warn over Olympics tickets scams

Fraud costs UK sports fans £300,000

FTSE directors buy the Brexit dip

Directors’ share dealing hits a 10-year high as bargain hunt sweeps UK boardrooms

Chart: Age of private renters

Renting in your 40s and 50s on the rise

‘Generation Rent’ does not just apply to millennials

I’m 53 and have no pension. What can I do?

How can I get retirement income from my small business?

Retired ‘will be repaying mortgages’

A third of over-45s will have a home loan at 65, study finds

HMRC warned over understaffing helplines

MPs say tax authority should not sacrifice customer service


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