‘We earn £200,000 . . .  we’re struggling’

High earners find family finances a challenge

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Lifetime Isas ‘will benefit the wealthy’

Savings scheme is unrealistic for most people in their twenties

Consumer rights are on the rise

From phones to pensions, politicians pledge benefits for buyers

Brexit forecast to hit pace of house sales

Property transaction levels would fall 10 per cent in UK cities

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Peer-to-peer loan fund cuts dividend

Move indicates concerns about the sector’s health, say analysts

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Inquiry into final-salary pension crisis

MPs to look at ‘radical’ solutions to tackle pressures facing schemes

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Regulator bans pension exit charges

FCA also announces 1% cap on exit fees on older policies

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Navigating the pensions labyrinth

Is it any wonder that savers are confused?

Payday lenders see 178% rise in complaints

Companies under fire despite tough new rules in sector

Consumers angry at hidden bank fees

High street lenders ‘fail to deliver fair, transparent services’

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