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Small-caps can see exciting returns — but be prepared for a bumpy ride
Real estate investment trusts forced to write down the value of their retail assets
Risks will increase if house prices fall and interest rates rise, warn critics
Cost-conscious breed of DIY clients have less capital
The directors’ interests are aligned with shareholders — that’s a key advantage
A controversial market that could offer value? How about the UK?
Average cost will be £11,500 a year by 2023, study estimates
Partnership with the Post Office will enable customers to deposit and withdraw cash
Many companies retain legacy systems that generate tonnes of paper
Europe has been here before with Greece — but this is far more dangerous
Campaigning women born in the fifties given short shrift from the government
I don’t want him to inherit my property if I die
Does the din from diners bother you when you go out for dinner?
Consumer group warns rapid pace of closures is hitting access to financial services
Claer Barrett and guests discuss the phenomenal success of the Money Diaries, that has enabled women around the world to anonymously share their financial spending secrets
The asset class is set to expand across Europe.
Rent, utilities and council tax burden reflect changing nature of debt problem
Holiday homes, male commuters, Barnardo’s pensions
Shares have been on the slide since early October
Up-to-date deals from banks and building societies
Up-to-date tax-efficient savings deals
Current rates from the state-owned savings bank
Thousands of savers forced to wait as schemes are equalised for men and women
Founder of Money Saving Expert funds initiative to help children learn about money
Can reading about other people’s spending teach young women how to manage?
The ‘new old’ are not acting their age, but we’re not adjusting to rising longevity
Lack of data results in ‘invisibles’ being denied services
Reforms will introduce a new six-band charging structure
Aim of 12-week HMRC consultation is to make laws simpler, fairer and transparent
Retired women receive 40 per cent less income than men, according to trade union
Money bloggers encourage families to donate an item per day before Christmas
Inquiry focused on ‘financially vulnerable’ consumers
What it means to be refused access to credit and why HMRC is repaying fines it levied for unpaid tax?
Ministers target owners who register second properties as rental businesses