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Autumn Budget 2018: Tricks or treats from Chancellor Philip Hammond? Moneywise rounds up the predictions
Chancellor Philip Hammond is set to deliver his Autumn Budget on 29 October.He uses the annual event to reveal some of…
House of Fraser: giftcard buyers beware
I’ve warned in this column about the menace of retailers’ giftcards. Many readers have happily handed them out as presents,…
New name check rules will alert bank customers if they transfer money to fraudsters
From next year banks will have to alert customers if they transfer money to a new account and the name does not match as part…
Could you claim a uniform tax rebate? Here's how to do it for free
Workers eligible for tax rebates on work expenses such as tools and uniforms should avoid paying fees for a free claim.
Workers get highest pay rise in a decade, but prices could increase faster as a result
British workers are receiving the highest pay rises since the end of 2008, but higher inflation could rear its ugly head as a…
Legal problems? Here’s who you better call
Are you facing a legal issue and don’t know where to turn? Perhaps your landlord wants to evict you or you’re facing unfair…
Six of the best places to make money & help your friends
Would you recommend a service or product to friends and family? It’s unlikely you’d go out of your way unless it comes up in…
Expiring EE SIM cards a data rip-off
Moneywise helps a reader who feels ripped off.Last year, I bought a data SIM card from EE. It holds 24GB of data…
Scam watch: Number of young people acting as money mules rises by 26% in one year
The number of young people acting as money mules has risen by over a quarter in the last 12 months, new figures reveal.
Would HMRC penalise my son?
One of our experts answers a reader's question.
Disinheritance: the dos and don'ts of cutting someone out of your will
With more and more legal disputes over wills, you need to make sure your instructions are watertight if you would prefer not…
How does your money stack up against your peers? New interactive tool allows young people to compare their finances
While millennials are less likely to own a home than ten years ago, they are also less likely to be in debt, but how do you…