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Top six takeaways from the 2014 Budget

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Are you about the 2014 Budget? Here are six things you need to know when it comes to the Budget and your finances.

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Top four financial gifts for your child

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Parents will spend a lot on presents for children this festive season, new research shows. Is your money better spent on a gift for your child's future?

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Chancellor urged to help UK's savers

  •  15 Nov, 2013
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George Osborne is being urged to bring forward proposals to help savers in the Autumn Statement on December 5.

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What the 2013 Budget means for you

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Autumn fuel duty rise scrapped, a penny off a pint of beer and help for homebuyers. We round-up Chancellor George Osborne's 2013 Budget and what it means for you.

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Personal finance to be taught in schools

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Schoolchildren will be taught how to manage their money after the government announced that personal finance would be added to the National Curriculum in 2014.

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Junior ISAs launched

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November sees the launch of the new Junior ISA scheme. This is a savings plan for parents designed to replace Child Trust Funds (CTFs), which were scrapped last year.

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How to teach kids the golden rules of money

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Teaching children the golden rules of personal finance could be the most valuable gift you give them. Here’s how to go about it without losing their interest.

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Confused about savings? Check out this savings decision tree from to point you in the right direction.

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Would you entrust £100,000 to an 18-year-old? author Chris Torney

The personal finance editor of The Express, Chris Torney looks at the new Junior ISA and asks: Would you entrust £100,000 to an 18-year-old?

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