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Festive cheer gave high street retailers a boost in December, with a host of big names reporting better-than-expected sales.
The government says 44% of vouchers for the boiler scrappage scheme have been claimed, meaning some 70,000 people could still take advantage of this £400 discount.
The active managed sector is relatively unloved, despite a stellar performance over the past one and five years.
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The race to snap up the good assets of Northern Rock is heating up with Virgin Money and National Australia Bank emerging as the frontrunners.
Divorce rates are set to rocket during 2010, with January one of the busiest months of the year.
Ryanair's payment policy, which allows some passengers to waive booking fees, has been branded “puerile” and “childish”.
VAT returns to 17.5% from 1 January 2010 - but there are ways to avoid taking a hit.
High street stores are unveiling huge price cuts and opening their doors for post-Christmas shoppers.
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