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How to complain about your provider
The first port of call for any grievance with your mobile phone or broadband provider is to speak to the company directly.…
Social care reforms are not good enough
Politicians clearly don't see looking after old people in need of long-term care as a vote winner. That much became clear when…
Will the new social care reforms help you?
For far too long, the elderly have been forced to sell their homes to pay for the ever-increasing cost of long-term care…
Cost of raising a child outstrips wage growth
The cost of raising a child has risen twice as fast as the average British income, leaving the UK as one of the most expensive…
Four in 10 councils to increase council tax
Four out of 10 councils in England plan to raise its council tax from April, despite the offer of a government freeze grant, a…
Have I been offered a tax avoidance scheme?
One of our experts answers a reader's question.
The cost of divorce: five questions you need to ask
Money is one of the main causes of arguments between happily married couples - so it's easy to understand the problems it can…
Taxpayers beware of phishing email scam
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has warned taxpayers to be vigilant of phishing emails after nearly 80,000 people received tax…
Discuss finances with your loved one
Put the dinner in the oven and the accounts on the table - because tonight you're going to run a fine-tooth comb through your…
Wages at lowest levels for a decade
Brits now earn the same amount they did in 2003 after inflation has taken its toll on our wages. Using today's…
Social care costs likely to be capped
The cost of social care will be capped at £75,000, the government is expected to announce today. In a series of…
Does the NHS owe you thousands of pounds?
If you or a relative has been paying for long-term care, you may be able to claim back the fees - but you need to act fast.