Pension fears for 1990s divorcees

New pensions freedoms could affect settlements

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Seven years of growth have resulted in record premiums
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Assigning value to creative expression remains a near-impossible task
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View of Victorian tenement housing in the West End of Edinburgh, Morningside.

Scottish stamp duty receipts halved

Buyers of expensive homes sped up purchases before tax changes

Cash ceases to be king in the UK

Cards and other payment methods overtake cash

Pensioners walking past Empty deckchairs by beach Southend on sea
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Target date funds ‘failing investors’

Strategy limits wealth saved for retirement

Nanny pensions spark black market fears

Agencies fear parents will respond to new rules by paying cash

UK ‘non-doms’ to step up tax plans

Some residents face struggle to preserve status

High Street Banks.
©Rosie Hallam

Complaints rise over bank accounts

21,000 complaints over bundled deals

Pensioners £13bn bond scheme closes

Unlikely to be a repeat of National Savings rate

Pension minister urged to focus on charges

All savers need to benefit from retirement reforms, says Which?

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, leaves No.11 Downing street to deliver the last budget of the coalition.
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‘Triple tax lock’ makes CGT a target

Investment profits are not exempt from Tory plans


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