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Those who stay with a provider can pay up to double compared with a new customer
If we split up, I’m worried I will have to give him half of my assets
It seems everybody wants to get into investing these days. But where exactly do you start?
It doesn’t come cheap but you can reduce your running charges — and cut your tax bill
Equity release and interest-only loans expected to prompt other lenders to act
Introduction of no-fault divorce will reduce tension in many cases
Money from duties on alcohol, cigarettes and gambling fails to keep up with tax take
An unfulfilling job can affect your spending decisions and cost you your financial wellbeing
He invested £275,000 of his own money and now the company turns over £175m
My mother recently moved all her stocks-and-shares Isa investments into income-producing funds
Maternity pay packages offered by employers can differ by thousands of pounds
Some £731m was invested in venture capital trusts in the financial year 2018-19
The trend to impose new rules on the growing private rented sector is unlikely to slow
Active stock pickers have work to do to see which companies can adapt to the digital age
Tax authority had argued Kaye Adams was not freelance and IR35 law should apply
The long bull market and QE have led to a drastic change in thinking
Aggressive debt collection policies over freehold disputes under fire
UK to examine abolishing eight-week ‘no-fault’ section 21 orders
UK revenue authority withdraws 10 per cent of accelerated payment notices
Bid to stave off staff shortages as consultants face hefty pensions tax bills
Group’s disqualification from high-speed franchise bid reveals £7.5bn liabilities
Parents: tell us about about what support your employer offers — and is it enough?
Bank of Mum and Dad comes to the aid of more housebuyers
Many firms could bypass proposed ban on charges, PensionBee analysis suggests
Transport group refused to bear responsibility for shortfall of up to £6bn
SPIN999 money deputy editor James Pickford is joined by Jason Hurwood of Nationwide to di…
SPIN999 money deputy editor James Pickford and guests discuss a big move by one of the UK’s largest mortgage lenders and why Brexit is prompting investors to load up on cash
DfE rules out funds for higher education institutions covered by Teachers Pension Fund
No country is an economic island. Individual nations wiggle, but major trends are worldwide
Government wants to know more about companies as concerns rise about gaps on regulatory system
Employer’s choice of scheme determines if an employee is affected by tax anomaly
One of the most underrated financial stories of our age.
The ultra-wealthy need to do more than simply warn about inequality
Airline agrees to settle long-running dispute over discretionary increase
The rise of fake degrees.
Remember that technology helps promoters as well as investors
UK should guard against embracing a product if it mainly enriches insiders