A generation of people are resigned to the fact they will never own their own home.
The pensions minister has proposed a 30% flat rate for pensions tax relief that would benefit basic rate taxpayers.
Following in the footsteps of a great manager can be tough task, as David Moyes' experience at Manchester United shows.
Markets won't let another short week get in the way of churning out a whole heap of economic data.
After posting the worst results in its 150-year history, the embattled Co-op group has some important decisions to make about its future.
The cost of five-year mortgages has started to rise as lenders price in future interest rate increases.
For those planning to strip money out of their pension, be warned that inflation will quickly erode its value.
Another fall in inflation does not dent economists' confidence of interest rate rises at the beginning of next year.
After a quiet few days on the data front, markets will have plenty to get their teeth stuck into over the coming week.
It's been a bad week for shares but emerging markets and some bonds edged higher, according to our 'Accumulator' table.
Lenders are under orders to check borrowers can afford to repay their mortgages when interest rates start to rise next year.
Anyone who can spend thousands of pounds on a new car that will definitely lose money can probably gamble on stocks and shares.
Sue Lewis of the Financial Services Consumer Panel helped reform the annuity market and now wants to tackle expensive pensions.
No tax penalties for those who change mind and pensioners handed more time to decide what to do with their savings.
Pension mortgages have all but died out but could be revived after the Budget reforms to savings.
The eyes of investors will be on Washington next week, as global policymakers gather for the International Monetary Fund and World Bank spring meetings.
Bonds beat shares in the first quarter. One of five points to take note from this week’s ‘Accumulator’ table.
Halifax and Nationwide may differ on whether house prices rose or fell last month but there is no doubting the property boom in London.
We weigh up the pros and cons of ISAs (individual savings accounts) and pensions after the Budget changes.
With savers now able to access all their pension from age 55, will they be flocking to Lamborghini dealerships with the money?
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