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The chancellor had little to offer savers although National Savings & Investments emerged as a surprise winner of the mini-Budget.
Thousands of Prudential with-profits investors could be in line to receive a share of around £150 million after a High Court judge ruled that HM Revenue & Customs had unfairly taxed ‘several thousand dividends’ between 1990 and 2007.
Bobby Kennedy, environmental activist and nephew to JFK, is teaming up with Australian airline tycoon Gerry McGowan. The pair are launching EnergyBonds to raise money for renewable energy.
The high interest rates from permanent interest-bearing shares (Pibs) and perpetual bonds make them a good alternative for savers who are aware of the risks.
Buying your first home in London requires a deposit of around £60,000. Although it's better outside the capital, it's clear the young need to get serious about making some money.
Only one cash ISA has an interest rate above inflation and it has just cut the rate. Now might be the time to put your money in a stocks and shares ISA.
Standard Life smaller companies fund manager buys companies 'that have been compromised and damaged by the banking crisis'.