New pension rules means many people are delaying retirement decisions until 2015. But this could prove costly, industry watchdog the Financial Conduct Authority has warned.
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.
People eating less salt in their diets has led to a fall in the number of heart disease deaths in England, a study suggests.
UK families are saving less and forgoing vital insurance, leaving millions without a financial safety net, according to new research by Scottish Widows.
From the end of April, lenders will subject mortgage applications to greater scrutiny – and this could affect your chances of buying a home.
Flexible pension rules mean people will be able to take more risk with their cash at retirement. But research suggests annuities will remain popular.
Millions of Britons are putting themselves at risk of early death by failing to recognise they are obese, a report suggests.
Bank of England rate-setters are expected to leave the cost of borrowing on hold this week amid signs that the pace of the recovery may be slowing down.
New figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that the household savings ratio continued to drop last year.
Almost a third of people aren’t comfortable discussing death, leading many to ignore important life insurance cover, new research shows.
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