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The average age of first time mothers rises to 30.2

The average age of new mothers in England and Wales has risen to 30.2, according to new data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).  Read More…

Costly childcare sees parents give up work

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Families with new children often find themselves having to give up a salary due to childcare costs. Will new tax breaks help?  Read More…

Top four financial gifts to give your child

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Instead of a games console or action figure, could a financial gift to your child prove more valuable in the long run?  Read More…

The top 10 life insurance myths

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There are several common life insurance myths. We took 10 of them to see if we can bust them.  Read More…

Living with a disability costs an extra £500 a month

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Research shows that people who live with long-term illnesses are roughly £500 a month worse off than those who aren't. The Seven Families campaign is aiming to change that.

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The moustache grower's guide to Movember

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Every November, thousands of men across the world sprout moustaches in aid of Movember, the campaign which aims to raise funds for and awareness of men’s health issues.

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Buying a home? Why you'll need life cover too

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Just 11% of people think having life insurance is a top priority when buying a new home. But who's going to cover the mortgage should the worst happen?

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Mums fail to protect their children’s finances

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Seven out of 10 mothers say the financial security of their offspring is a top priority, yet many have no backup plan if the worst were to happen.

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Video: 6 favourite celebrity fitness trainers

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To inspire you off the sofa into the gym, here's a round-up of six of the nation's favourite celebrity fitness trainers.

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Rising number of families lack rainy day savings

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UK families are saving less and forgoing vital insurance, leaving millions without a financial safety net, according to new research by Scottish Widows.

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