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Government plans to take more cash from our dormant accounts


Money will be redistributed to benefit communities around the country, Treasury promises

Side hustles: Weird and wonderful ways to make some serious money


As one firm advertises for people to live in darkness for a month, Felicity Hannah dives into the world of weird earnings

Budget 2020: our predictions for an unpredictable round of changes


This one is proving a hard one to call but we're giving it a go…

Storms inflict £7.7bn worth of damage on a third of UK property


Here's what you need to know about claiming on your insurance

Financial optimism highest since financial crash, data reveals


Hope hits a record high with more manageable living costs and perceived job security

Should you take a punt on prize draw savings?


Could this sweetener ease savers' pain? We crunch the numbers on savings gambles

How to find the best pet insurance


There's no NHS for pets so you want to know you can afford the best treatment if something happens

Online daters warned over Valentine's scams


Risk of catfishing soars for UK singles as £7.9m is stolen

Insurance spotlight offers small hope for health sufferers


How to buy insurance with a pre-existing medical condition

Renters will run out of cash 12 years before homeowners


Longevity, house prices and savings clash in perfect financial storm for tomorrow's elderly

Which travel insurance is best for you? Our guide on how to choose


It's no good. As the nights draw in and the prospect of a bleak mid winter fills you with dread, the call of the winter break is getting stronger. Now, what about travel insurance?

Best international money transfer services - how to send money abroad


If you need to send money abroad, here's where's best for fees, security and convenience

Best personal loan rates - where to find the cheapest deals


Need a low-cost loan for a crucial project? Make sure you don't pay more than you have to

How to get cheap car insurance


Car insurance is expensive but necessary. Here's our guide to saving money without missing out on vital cover

Best home insurance deals - why you need it and where to buy


Your home is your castle – time to protect it properly

How to battle your borrowing as lending rules change and charges soar


Credit card accounts could be frozen and overdraft interest rates are rising as lenders cash in on rule changes

Coronavirus fallout hits pensions and ISAs as investors urged not to flinch


Fear wipes billions off Chinese stocks as slumping economy remains in lockdown

Renters put saving for a home on the back burner


New figures show property ownership plans dwindling

Wonga customers to get just 4.3% of compensation for missold payday loans


Average borrower to receive just £51 of £1,200 redress

Insolvencies among young women rise 24 per cent in a year


Almost 40 per cent of women struggle to get to the end of the month

What happens to my money on Brexit Friday?


The Brexit bus is coming and everybody is fearing the worst. But is everything really going to be that bad?

Investors 'failing to act on climate change'


Financial advisers accused of 'reluctance' over sustainability guidance, despite outperformance

Nine cheapest cars for young drivers to insure in 2020


The cost of car insurance for young drivers is notoriously high, with 17 to 24 year old's often paying well over a thousand pounds a year for the privilege.

RAY MASSEY: Renault's Capturing my heart


The new Captur range, from £17,595, shares the same platform as its nippy Clio hatchback sibling, as well as its more upmarket interior and 'smart cockpit' digital infotainment system.

How to survive when markets turn savage: Three simple steps that will help protect your nest egg 


Markets started off believing that the coronavirus outbreak would be brief and contained, and the ill-effects would be eased by central banks or governments.

MARKET REPORT: Legal threat over toxic leaseholds hits housebuilders


A Competition and Markets Authority investigation found evidence that many families were 'misled' by firms selling leasehold homes on new estates.

IN THE MONEY: Rio Tinto chief exec Jean-Sebastien Jacques


The French businessman earned £5.8m last year, the miner's annual report says. Jacques, at the helm since 2016, was paid a £1.48m salary and pocketed £2.6m from a share plan.

John Lewis bonuses at risk as new boss lays out its woes


Dame Sharon White, 52, who took over at the start of this month, will publish figures on Thursday that could also see its much-coveted staff bonus threatened for the first time since 1953.

ALEX BRUMMER: Rolls-Royce defies the bears


On a day when the FTSE 100 dropped 3.2 per cent and shares of IAG plummeted 8.4 per cent, stock in Britain's aircraft engine maker Rolls-Royce was the great exception, rising by 3.2 per cent.

DIRECTOR DEALS: Ocado chairman Lord Rose pockets £1.7m selling shares


The 70-year-old Conservative peer, who has chaired the FTSE 100 firm since 2013, sold the shares for 1124p each. He scooped £7.4m last year when he sold two batches of shares in as many days.

Coronavirus meltdown: Markets suffer worst week since financial crisis


At the end of the biggest weekly rout in share prices since the financial crisis, the boss of British Airways owner IAG warned the deadly outbreak could push struggling airlines 'over the edge'.

TRUST WATCH: Worldwide Healthcare


Worldwide Healthcare invests in medical firms across the globe. Major holdings include Japan's Takeda Pharmaceutical, medical devices firm Boston Scientific and gene therapy company Novartis.

Repossessed homes are on the rise and can be a great way to bag a deal


The latest figures from UK Finance, the banking trade body, reveals that the number of homeowner properties taken into possession in the final quarter of last year rose 17 per cent.

Three quarters of motorists want the UK driving test to be adapted for electric cars


The public wants the driving test to be adapted to help learners to get used to limited driving ranges, the lack of noise, fully-automated systems, instant acceleration and differences in braking.

Why are low-alcohol beer sales soaring and which ones are the best?


A dog is not just for Christmas. Chocolate is not just for Easter. Low-alcohol beer is not just for Dry January - at least, that appears to be the case when it comes to sales trends.

Investors urged not to panic, despite coronavirus stock market havoc


Investors are dumping shares as they are concerned about the effects of coronavirus on supply and demand around the world and a prolonged downturn.

Bull markets don't die of old age, but do they die of coronavirus? This is Money podcast


The UK stock market is down 15% from its mid-January recent peak - what should investors do at times like these?

Dad of two fights HMRC and overturns £2,400 child benefit penalties


'My experience has been absolutely dreadful,' says father who claims he got 50-60 letters from the taxman about his case in the past 18 months. 'They are incompetent at HMRC. They show no empathy.'

Citroen unveils Ami two-seat electric vehicle for the city


The Citroen Ami has a range of 14 miles, a top speed of 28mph and, powered by a 5.5 kilowatt lithium ion battery, can be charged via domestic plug in three hours using a built-in cable.

House prices rise fastest for 18 months but coronavirus may hit market


The cost of the average home edged up by £200 in February to £216,092, according to the Nationwide index, with house price inflation reaching 2.3 per cent.

New VW Golf GTI is the weakling of the hot hatch bunch


The 242bhp power output of the new Mk8 Golf GTI is less than the car's natural hot hatch rivals, including the Hyundai i30N Performance, Honda Civic Type R and Ford Focus ST.

Fraud fund to pay back bank transfer scam victims extended again


Banks have once again failed to come up with a long-term solution to pay back blameless fraud victims and will continue to fund a pot of money until the end of this year, it has been announced.

Housebuilders investigated by watchdog after evidence emerges of leasehold mis-selling


The Competition and Markets Authority today said it was concerned that leasehold homeowners have been unfairly treated and prospective buyers could be being misled by housing developers.

Broadband customers charged up to £90 a year to keep email addresses after they switch providers


BT charges customers up to £7.50 to hold onto their address, equivalent to £90 annually. TalkTalk charges previous customers £5 each month to keep their old email address - or £60 a year.

Will you be charged a fee for using credit card to pay back Klarna?


Credit card customers of high street bank Halifax have reportedly been hit by charges when trying to make Klarna repayments, the buy now, pay later firm said.

Will all savings deals be like Post Office's Isa that loses 80% of its rate?


On the face of it, Issue 20 of the Post Office's online easy-access Isa looks like a pretty good deal. However, the 1.25% paying account comes with a very large catch.

ALEX BRUMMER: Coronavirus scare hammers shares


Fears of the damage which coronavirus is having on the world economy have spread dramatically, delivering the worst week for share prices since the financial crisis in 2008.

Social care system faces collapse in 2029, the Government is warned


A 'tipping point' will be reached where older people are unable to afford care, councils lack funding, and care homes don't have enough room to meet demand, warns the 'Elderly Care Crisis' report.

WPP's woes hit Sir Martin Sorrell just as he faces a £110m divorce 


Stock fell 16.2 per cent to 761.6p, with revenues for 2020 expected to be flat. It wiped about £27m off the value of shares held by Sorrell, who is being divorced by Cristiana Falcone Sorrell.

London's Congestion Charge Zone to have a 20mph speed limit from next week


All roads that Transport for London manages within the Congestion Zone will have 20mph speed limits, but as it does not have authority over others they will keep higher limits.

These are the 10 car models most frequently reported as stolen to the DVLA last year


The Driver and Vehicle Licencing Agency has revealed the vehicles most commonly reported to them as stolen last year, as it states that 56,288 cars were targeted by thieves in 2019.

FCA warns banks to play fair in switch from Libor to Sonia


A senior FCA director told This is Money that if it sees problems it will 'challenge hard' and 'intervene', to reassure businesses who fear banks may use the switch as a ruse to hike rates.

How to immunise your portfolio against coronavirus


Companies globally are suffering the effects of the spread of the virus. The FTSE 100, which makes up Britain's biggest firms, fell by 3.3 per cent on Monday wiping around £62bn off their value.

My investing firm won't let me move half of my funds to a rival


I am now being held to ransom and am a prisoner of the old firm. I can transfer the whole amount but I want to spread my investments, and see how the new ones perform and what the service is like.

Will Rishi Sunak be brave enough to get rid of the UK's 60p tax rate?


The top rate of income tax is officially 45p, yet the removal of the personal allowance means the real top rate is effectively 60p - and those who pay it are not Britain's top earners.

UK's domestic car market in the doldrums as over 80% of motors made on home turf end up overseas


While the number of cars being manufactured for sale abroad grew over 4 per cent, the total number of cars being produced fell by 2.1 per cent, marking the fifth consecutive month of declines.

Expedia took my holiday payment EIGHT times and took a week to refund


Oliver, from London, was shocked to find that his bank account and overdraft had been completely wiped out after the holiday booking site mistakenly took thousands of pounds without warning.

Savings rates: Will we see an Isa season this year or even more cuts?


Last year saw one of the better Isa seasons in recent times, with big banks and building societies all getting involved and offering decent deals in the run up to 5 April.

14 tricky random interview questions and tips on how to tackle them 


While most recruiters ask straightforward questions, some ask curveball questions tough enough to fluster even the most prepared job seekers. We offer practical tips on how to handle them.

This small Peckham home looks like it belongs in the countryside


The house is in the heart of South East London's Peckham, a trendy hotspot with railway arch bars and old-school pubs that offer a vibrant nightlife. It has two bedrooms and is for sale for £625,000.

More Virgin Galactic space flight tickets go on sale


Tickets for the first flights, which will last 90 minutes and give passengers a few minutes of weightlessness, were initially £193,000 each. It had 7,957 registrations of interest as of Sunday.

Blue Whale Growth Fund's impressive returns put it in exalted company


The Blue Whale Growth Fund is one of a market-leading trio made of Terry Smith's Fundsmith and Michael Lindsell and Nick Train's Lindsell Train, delivering a 55 per cent return since inception.


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