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.
A quick rundown about what ISAs are, how they work and what different types are available to you.
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Mrs Moneypenny, FT columnist and the face of Channel 4's SuperScrimpers programme, shares 10 steps you can take this year to secure your financial future.
More than £3 billion is thought to be languishing in unclaimed pensions. Here's how to get your hands on your share of this cash.
A new campaign aims to raise awareness of credit unions and position them as a viable alternative to the high-street banks for savers and borrowers.
The government's idea that retirees should be told when they're likely to die has been met with shock. But this information is vital for financial planning.
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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Confusion over how to turn pension savings into retirement income is being blamed for the current annuity controversy. We explain how to get the right deal.
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