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Air miles — fly at a fraction of the cost

Travel in luxury on the cheap with frequent flyer programmes

Investors living in negative territory

Negative bond yields and interest rates make growth hard to find

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Sometimes cash can beat shares

‘Active cash’ strategy has produced better returns than a FTSE 100 tracker over time

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Carry on working or take the money?

If I quit, I’ll need to retrain but I have no idea what other work I can do

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Gender gap emerges in child pocket money

Boys force a better deal — just like their dads in the workplace

Consumers angry at hidden bank fees

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

The best ways to compare bank accounts

Breaking up with your bank is easy, comparison is hard

Pension savers pay price for hedge funds

Schemes face charges up to 36 times higher than passive alternatives

Cutting the cost of a perfect wedding

How to stop spiralling costs from spoiling your big day

Why didn’t Prince write a will?

It’s a timely reminder to us all to make our bequests known

Gold finds home beneath London’s streets

Yellow metal proves a refuge for uncertain times

PPI claims boosted by interest payouts

A search for potential claims could be profitable

NS&I cuts rates and premium bond prizes

Savings bank says new offer to customers is ‘fair’

Salary sacrifice — how to do it

Tax-saving scheme reprieved in the Budget

Your thoughts on Budget 2016?

Millennials, investors and pensioners alike — share your thoughts

Lifetime Isa boosts younger savers

Under 40s will be able to put cash aside for a first house or a pension

‘Help to Save’ scheme to offer rewards

People on benefits to be given £1,200 incentive

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