Everyday money

August 2018: What are the best savings account rates?

Savers need to move fast to take advantage of the best rates now available; here’s a round-up of August’s best savings deals.

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MPs launch inquiry into pension charges and transparency

An inquiry into the cost and transparency of pensions has been launched by the Work and Pensions Committee.

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Majority of Brits support 'wealth tax' to fund social care

More than two-thirds of Brits think a wealth tax that pays towards the cost of social care should be introduced.

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The real cost of moving abroad

Those dreaming of relocating to sunnier climes need to weigh up all of the costs.

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Experts call for wider review of Financial Ombudsman Service

Industries bodies have accused a review of the Financial Ombudsman Service as being too narrow.

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Retirees could outlive their pension pots, PPI warns

More than one in four retirees could outlive their pension pot, worrying new research from the Pension Policy Institute reveals.

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House prices should be frozen, says new report

Think tank recommends the Bank of England creates a separate inflation target for house prices with a target rate of zero for five years.

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'Rent A Room' rules to be tightened

The government says the new measures 'will ensure rent a room relief meets its original purpose of incentivising people to let spare rooms.'

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19 complaints about this Sipp provider in a single month

The number of complaints about Sipp providers is soaring, with one company attracting a total of 70 claims.<

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