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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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Election 2019: what do the main political parties offer investors?

We examine the likely impact on personal finance of the main parties’ election pledges, with our analysis covering the stock market and tax, to pensions and invest

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Changes to EIS start to bite, despite inheritance tax receipts at record high

Tax relief on investments in small privately-owned companies fell by 22% in 2016/17, the latest figures show.

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Calls for banks’ voluntary scams code to be made compulsory

A report from the Treasury Select Committee says that banks should consider retroactively reimbursing victims of push payment fraud.

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Election 2019: what do the main political parties offer investors?

We examine the likely impact on personal finance of the main parties’ election pledges, with our analysis covering the stock market and tax, to pensions and invest

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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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Sluggish house price growth as Brexit weighs on the market

A Halifax report reveals how the property market has stalled since the EU referendum in 2016.

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