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State Pension age set to rise early for millions

Published by Andy Webb - 20th July

A huge chunk of the population is set to work for longer as the government has announced that the State Pension age will go up to 68 earlier than expected.

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The most frequently damaged possessions: Are you covered?

Published by Andy Webb - 19th July

Accidents do happen, and a new list reveals it's carpets and mobile phones that are most likely to bear the brunt. Could you afford to replace them without insurance?

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Can you cope with the cost of kids this summer?

Published by Andy Webb - 18th July

Parents are expecting to spend £640 on their kids this summer. Here's how to make sure you don't damage your finances.

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Ways to save on your summer holiday

Published by Andy Webb - 17th July

Holidays to Europe are at their cheapest in seven years thanks to a strong pound. But you can make even more savings – if you’re smart.

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In the news – this week’s top money stories

Published by Colin Rowe - 14th July

A round-up of this week's top money and personal finance news.

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Beat your overdraft charges

Published by Andy Webb - 13th July

Lots of people think of overdrafts as a spending limit, when really you’re borrowing cash you probably can’t afford. But there are ways to avoid or reduce paying extra for using one

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Eight questions about workplace pensions answered

Published by Colin Rowe - 12th July

We answer eight questions for the eight million people now enrolled in a workplace pension.

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