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  • What the Autumn Statement means for you

    The Autumn Statement will mean a winter of discontent for millions of people on benefits, as well as pension savers.

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 05 December 2012

  • Where to stash your Christmas bonus

    Savers are unlikely to receive much festive cheer from the Chancellor's Autumn Statement on December 5, so will have to worker harder than ever to track down the best homes fo

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 29 November 2012

  • How to cover long term care fees

    The average life expectancy for a female born in 2010 is a ripe old 82.3 years, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS), while a baby boy

    Laura Howard

    Updated: 23 November 2012

  • Help your kids by gifting cash

    Savers continue to be hit hard by plummeting rates, but the good news is that children's accounts so far remain relatively unaffected. So there's no reason not to help out you

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 22 November 2012

  • How your savings can STILL beat inflation

    Just when savers thought things couldn't get any worse, more providers - including Nationwide, Aldermore and NS&I - are slashing rates and now, just for good measure,

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 14 November 2012

  • How changes to financial advice will affect you

    An old boss once told me, if you're writing about something complicated, try opening with a joke. So before we find out how the Retail Distribution Review will affect investor

    Kevin Pratt

    Updated: 09 November 2012

  • Fight back against sinking savings rates

    Savings rates continue to slide, but there are ways you can fight back against plummeting returns.

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 08 November 2012

  • Where to house your savings

    In recent weeks and months, the nation's savers have been forced to stand by and watch returns offered by banks and building societies drop like a stone.

    Laura Howard

    Updated: 02 November 2012

  • Five ways to enter 2013 in the black

    Presents and party outfits are already in the shops, and it seems virtually impossible to avoid the countdown to the next big event in the calendar.

    Clare Walsh

    Updated: 01 November 2012

  • Get prepared for child benefit cuts

    More than a million families are currently worried that their child benefit payments will soon be reduced or stopped altogether.

    Melanie Wright

    Updated: 01 November 2012

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