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FCA clamps down on Henderson closet trackers

Henderson has been fined almost £2 million for overcharging retail investors on two closet trackers.

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Retiring soon? 10 conversations to have with your partner

Talking to your partner about dreams and money issues ahead of retirement can ease the transition to a new life stage.

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Government eases pain of NHS pension tax bill crisis

The government will pay pension tax bills of high-earning NHS staff caught by the annual allowance taper.

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Financial and mental well-being: push to help people navigate money matters

A financial and mental well-being campaign by PFIMA aims to encourage better understanding of finances and increase awareness of how people can access help if they need it.

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US dividends grow by record high in third quarter of 2019

There were above-trend performances from the US and Europe.

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November 2019: what are the best savings account rates?

With interest rates slowly back on the rise, we examine the best savings accounts and Isa accounts on offer in 2019.

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‘No industry consensus’ on how to compensate bank transfer fraud victims

Banks and building societies in the UK have rejected a 2.9p transaction fee that would have been used to compensate fraud victims.

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Fund industry introduces new ‘responsible investment’ definitions

The Investment Association has tried to clarify the complexities of sustainable and responsible investment with a new set of industry-wide definitions.

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BT shares fall as Labour announces plans to nationalise BT Openreach

The political party intends to tax big tech companies such as Amazon, Google and Apple to help pay for the policy.

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Women saving for retirement at record high but £78,000 gender savings gap remains

Majority of women earning under £20,000 are not putting enough aside for retirement, research reveals.

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Woodford saga risks putting investors off smaller companies

On the whole smaller companies are largely neglected by investors, and this is unlikely to change following Neil Woodford’s spectacular fall from grace.

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Compensation level cut for savers with Virgin Money, Clydesdale Bank, and Yorkshire Bank accounts

Consolidation within the banking sector means that savers should check the level of cover that they have.

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