No regrets, says Steve Webb

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As radical reforms are set to take effect, the pensions minister insists he’d change nothing

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Personal tax-free savings allowance will mainly benefit the well-off, according to the IFS
– Adam Palin
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Q&A: Have your say at Alliance Trust

If you want to vote on the Elliott Advisors’ proposal, you’ll need to prepare in advance

Options limited for ‘mortgage prisoners’

Lenders ignore borrowers looking for lower rates

Investors shun UK funds

‘Isa season’ likely to disappoint

FCA criticised over pensions rules delay

‘Remedies’ to sector feared to arrive after overhaul

Charity calls for letting fees ban

Charity says competition has had no effect on charges that bear no relation to the cost of services

Rise in fraud spurs call to action

Reported incidents ‘the tip of the iceberg’

Compromise may be near in Lloyds ECN dispute

Campaigners pin hopes on declaratory judgment

Student loans fuel rise in unsecured debt

Higher tuition fees prompt £9bn increase in student debt

Bank comparison tool ‘a partial solution’

A step in the right direction — but only big six providers take part

PERSONAL FINANCE AWARDS

FT Money won Financial National Title of the Year at the Santander UK Financial Media Awards 2014


FT Money was named Publication of the Year for 2014 by the CFA Society of the UK


The team were also runners-up for Best Use of Social Media at the Santander Media Awards 2014


FT Money editor Jonathan Eley was named winner of the Ethical and Professional Standards Award in 2014 by the CFA Society of the UK, and runner-up for his Contribution to Personal Finance Education at the Santander Media Awards 2014


Pensions correspondent Josephine Cumbo was named Journalist of the Year for the national press by the Society of Pension Professionals

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