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House prices fell 0.2% in September, their first decline in sixteen months. Nationwide building society thinks the slow down may continue for the rest of the year.
(Update) The government will abolish the 55% pensions death tax charge, chancellor George Osborne has announced.
The FTSE 100 is only just in the black after a bad week. Our newly enhanced Accumulator table tells the story.
If a change in council tax bands is needed to implement Labour's proposed 'mansion tax', many homeowners could be in for a shock.
Mike Ashley’s Sports Direct takes a big position in shares in embattled Tesco as stockbrokers report a surge in interest from private investors.
Investing in gold has been given a boost by the Royal Mint but beware of holding the metal in your pension.
Changes to the pension rules make it easier to access savings, but a growing number of opponents argue the freedoms should be reined in.
Investors may be relieved at Scotland's 'no', but the next macroeconomic drama is never far away.
Relieved fund managers and analysts believe the FTSE 100 can now march upwards for the rest of the year.
To find out if you're saving enough, you have to know how much you need in retirement.
Cost of education means inflation weighs heaviest on younger generations.
The need for investment would mean an independent Scotland might have to offer tax breaks to wealthy foreigners, a tax lawyer says.
Dispel the Scotch mist hanging over the referendum debate with our video guide to how the breakup of the UK would affect us all.
For all the market jitters, investors still haven't priced in much chance of a 'yes' victory.
The income received from an average annuity has fallen nearly £100 in just a month.
Support for Scottish independence, Chinese economic slowdown and fears of US interest rate hikes led to a torrid week for investors.
Workers could find themselves auto-enrolled into unsuitable pension schemes picked by their employers.
Harry is set to inherit £10 million from his mother's estate when he turns 30 next week.
Restrictions on contributions in the government-backed pension will be lifted in 2017 after European ruling.
With most experts predicting an interest rate rise late this year or early next, here's how fund managers are preparing their portfolios.
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