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Rise of the Rio mortgage as banks offer flexible terms to those in later life
Proportion doubles in a decade as mobile use surges, ONS study reveals
The Complaining Cow says you can still get money back if airline staff are on strike
Regulatory clampdown sees mortgage activity fall 19% compared with last year
It’s always best to avoid litigation — try to find an amicable solution
National Cycle to Work day shows the many benefits of commuting on two wheels
Investors need to watch the Italians’ approach to their budget
With the average loss more than £5,000, what is the best way to protect yourself?
Fraudsters target holiday home seekers and students looking for a place to live
Four cars, four bad experiences. I really should have complained, but then again . . .
Stockbroker Share buys 15,000 customer accounts from administrators
From banking fraud to pension liberation schemes and property deposit scams, FT Money editor Claer Barrett and guests discuss the latest elaborate swindles and tell you how to avoid them.
Fewer graduates fall into arrears as economy strengthens but debt level tops $1.4tn
Retirees more vulnerable to fraudsters pursuing accessible cash, warn watchdogs
Law firm that sued British government sends letter to the biggest UK schemes
Retirement plan trustees are waking up to the threat of climate change on their portfolios
Chiefs purchase through family investment companies
Old money can be exchanged at banks and paid into accounts
Laura Hughes and guests to discuss the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit and what it would mean for your money. The team also talk travel money tips and FT columnist Jason Butler explains how to cash in by de-cluttering.
Older workers face exotic late life mortgage options
Sterling’s fall against the euro and dollar hits holidaymakers
Trillions in cash will be transferred to the next generation in coming years. How do you fit in?
Data show Hargreaves, AJ Bell and Interactive Investor among most expensive platforms
At least a quarter of ‘master trusts’ to be wound up in face of stricter rules
Lenders found to lack enough provision for risks of falling or flat house prices
Trading in unwanted stuff is likely to deliver far more than some welcome extra cash
What rates of tax will I be liable for? Airbnb or a more usual holiday let?
Record numbers of over-55s withdrawing cash from their retirement funds
Gas bills alert, mortgages boost, tax data challenge
Company hit by warnings of lower revenue growth
Millions of borrowers feel the pinch — but savers will see improvements in returns
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Banks to issue passcodes via smartphones to combat fraud