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Traditional ambivalence is waning in the face of minimal returns from savings accounts
Parents: tell us about about what support your employer offers — and is it enough?
Maternity pay packages offered by employers can differ by thousands of pounds
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Current rates from the state-owned savings bank
As the talks and uncertainty continue, what will be the likely effect on savings, stocks, housebuying and pensions?
No fresh policy announcements, but future consultations and forecast changes could have an impact
A fingertip-sized chip now generates the monthly winning numbers
£100 deposited in 2009 would now be worth £84 in real terms
Competition intensifies between banks and building societies and challenger banks
The sooner parents or grandparents start saving the better
Patisserie Valerie scandal and fears over future of business property relief weigh on returns
Popular tax-free savings accounts have produced handsome returns for investors
New research says it's possible for younger investors to build up a million pound Is…
Top up your savings during the good times to help you cope with late payments
My own experience has seen a long catalogue of errors
Parents of under-twos pay up to £9,100 a year for part-time childcare in London
Fintech firm’s advertising claims show huge volumes of personal data banks are sitting on
Cash savings, mortgages and pensions can all quickly become poor value for money
In too many couples, one half is largely unaware of the state of the family finances
Technology could mean the days of the shoebox full of receipts are numbered
More than a third of pocket money is squirrelled away, survey finds
There are tempting zero per cent offers, but get your spending under control before you apply