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  • worried pensioner
    12 Oct 2012

    Millions of Britons due to retire over the next few years face a 'double whammy' that risks seeing £11.5 billion wiped off their retirement funds, according to a new report by the Saga Foundation.

  • Shopping bags
    12 Oct 2012
    Emma Gunn

    There is good news for shoppers, as new research has shown that haggling at your favourite high street chain can work – with some shops giving discounts to four in five people who ask for a better price.

  • House on chart
    12 Oct 2012

    The Olympics have been blamed for a lack of activity in the housing market in England and Wales in September, as sales fell 24%.

  • 11 Oct 2012
    Johanna Gornitzki

    If you've been sent a tax bill that is higher than you expected, you may well be right. Moneywise helps lead you through the complaints process.

  • pounds and calculator
    05 Oct 2012
    Rachel Lacey

    Frodo.com has launched a new overdraft account that doesn't require you to switch banks. Moneywise asks if it's any good.

  • Piggy bank
    05 Oct 2012
    Emma Gunn

    Savings levels are increasing in Britain as quarterly figures show we now save 7.17% of our incomes a month, an average of £90.

  • Web at symbol
    05 Oct 2012

    A TripAdvisor-style website where people can find, rate and review independent financial advisers has launched today.

  • Online shopping
    05 Oct 2012
    Emma Gunn

    Buying goods from the high street costs shoppers hundreds of pounds more than buying from online retailers.

  • 04 Oct 2012

    National Savings & Investments has changed the terms of its popular inflation-busting certificates, making them less flexible.

  • House and percents
    02 Oct 2012
    Emma Gunn

    House prices remained fairly stagnant in September, only falling by an average of 0.4%, according to Nationwide's latest house price index.