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The number of people saving regularly into ISAs with Hargreaves Lansdown has risen 40% in less than two years, to 74,010
More than a quarter of employees are facing 2018 with growing financial problems negatively impacting their life, according to new research from Willis Towers Watson
More than a quarter of employees believe financial problems are negatively impacting their life, according to new research from Willis Towers Watson
Chancellor Philip Hammond is set to announce the Budget tomorrow with a number of topics potentially on the agenda. MoneyAge investigates
New HMRC figures show that stamp duty rules designed to clamp down on buy-to-let landlords have landed ordinary homebuyers with unexpected tax bills totalling over £160m which have then had to be refunded, according to mutual insurer Royal London
A total of 93 per cent of pension savers have said that they felt more informed of their pension options following appointments with Pension Wise, a report has found
The FCA has banned Adrian and Christine Whitehurst, former directors of debt management firm First Step Finance Limited (now dissolved), for dishonestly misappropriating client money. Over 4000 customers lost a total in excess of £6m as a result of their actions
One in eight people within 20 years of retirement who have an above average income have told Alliance Trust Savings that they don’t know how – or when –they will be able to afford to stop working
The winners of the second annual MoneyAge Awards were announced last night at a gala ceremony in London
The financial services industry is "aggressively masculine" and deters women from buying mortgages, pensions and investments, a new report has shown
Over half, 57 per cent, of millennials demand fossil fuel free pension investments, a survey has found
Half of financial advisers expect investment returns will rise over the next year, with just 29% anticipating falls
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned a television advertisement for an equity release scheme on the grounds that it was “misleading”
Halifax has today (2 October) become the third lender in less than a week to increase the interest rates on its mortgage products. Its rates will increase by up to 0.2 percentage points, although for some products the rise will only be between 0.05 and 0.1 percentage points.
A record number of property purchases using a Help to Buy ISA were completed in June
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