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    Kiss Flights has become the latest travel operator to collapse after its parent company Flight Options ceased trading yesterday.

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    A competitive five-year stepped rate bond has been launched in the UK by India’s largest bank, paying an average of 4.5%. Ruth Emery reports.

  • Eiffel tower

    There's a hint of autumn in the air, but there's still time to make the most of the weather and take a last minute mini-break, without breaking the bank.

  • piggy bank on calculator

    The average student faces debt of £21,198 at the end of three years studying. Finding the right current account for your son or daughter is one way to minimise the damage.

  • toy plane

    A proposed BAA strike could bring six airports to a close over Bank Holiday weekend, in what would mark the end of a holiday season marred by strike action and volcanic ash.

  • rainy day

    Given today's economic climate, having some money for emergency situations stashed in a rainy day fund, is a good idea. Nathalie Bonney asks how much...

  • lady with picture

    Old and vulnerable people are being targeted by unscrupulous will writers who are charging sky-high fees to write wills that are often not legally binding. Laura Howard reports.

  • pebbles

    The holiday club was a good idea - until the scammers muscled their way into the market. Now it's becoming difficult to tell the real from the bogus. Sarah Coles investigates.

  • RBS golf

    Part-nationalised Royal Bank of Scotland's pre-tax profit soared to £1.14 billion in the first half of the year from £15 million a year earlier.

  • Bank of England

    Interest rates have been held at their record low of 0.5% for the 17th successive month by the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee.