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Budget 2015: The key points you need to know

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From a freeze in fuel duty to cuts in tax on savings, we round up the highlights of Chancellor George Osborne’s final pre-election Budget.

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The new ISA explained

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George Osborne gave savers a Budget-day boost by announcing significant reforms to the ISA system. We explain all about the new ISA and what it means for savers.

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Top New Year money tips for consumers

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With 2012 just around the corner and money matters at the front of many people’s minds, it’s a good time to put your finances in order. Consumer complaints organisation the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has put together these top New Year tips for consumers.

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How aggressively can a debt collector hound you?

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Debt collectors have been known for employing unscrupulous tactics when it comes to recovering owed money but new rules mean there are tougher restrictions to control those overstepping the mark.

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5 effects living longer has on your finances

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We’re an ageing population with increasing life expectancies but what affect will a longer life have on your finances? We look at the factors affecting your money.

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Beat the squeeze by giving your finances a makeover

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How much is your complacency costing you? Review your finances and you could be hundreds of pounds better off.

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Seven ways to save money in spring

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With spring in the air, we take a look at how you can get your finances in order, from mortgages to credit cards and household bills.

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Beat the ISA deadline but beware bank tricks

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Now’s the time to get the best rates on old and new ISA cash – but don’t get caught out by the banks’ sneaky bonuses.

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Cash ISAs: How to get faster-growing returns

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Tax savings on your cash ISA will keep building year after year – so don’t forget to make full use of your annual allowance.

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Top 25 ways to save money when times are hard

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Shoplifting, DIY haircuts and selling items on ebay are just some of the measures Brits will take in a bid to save some cash, according to Confused.com research.

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