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Why £33,864 buys you happiness


Even in today's uncertainty, contentment may not require that lottery win after all

Workers in shut-down sectors may never be able to stop working


A lifetime of playing catch-up won't level the field between the haves and have-nots unless changes are made at the highest level

What the chancellor's summer update could mean for you


Today's statement could not be more important so here are some of the predictions for what it might contain. And what it probably won't

Your post-Covid car insurance questions answered


From refunds to cutting your premiums, what you need to know about your car insurance costs

Long-term protection planned for struggling energy customers


Emergency measures will become permanent from this winter

What now for post-payment holiday homeowners as mortgage deals dry up?


Borrowers will struggle for new loans as the first round of payment holidays come to an end

Reality bites for bill payers as Covid help starts rolling back


Payments demands kick back in as the pandemic recession makes its presence felt

Has Covid finally killed off the UK's love of cash?


And how much does it really matter?

How Covid is hurting women's financial health


This crisis is hurting almost everyone, one way or another, but women's finances are really taking a hit

Where, when and how: Your 2017 money survival guide


It's time to wrestle back control of your finances.

Credit card and overdraft payment holidays extended until October


Regulator is also proposing further support for people with credit cards, store cards and catalogue credit and personal loan customers

Covid recovery will prompt huge hike in state pension payments


Triple lock rule risks £34bn increase in retirement bill by 2022

Has lockdown DIY killed your cover?


​With most of us using the crisis to improve our homes, many won't realise they've invalidated their insurance until its too late

Could lockdown change the UK's shopping habits for good?


As stores begin to reopen their doors, our attitudes to spending – and everything else - may never be the same

Quickie divorce reforms risk long-term problems for women


Could fast-tracked changes make more women financially vulnerable?

What's the right pocket money app for lockdown learning?


It's My Money Week, a time when schools would usually teach children essential money-saving skills. But as lockdown continues, what is the best way to still give this important lesson?

Tsunami of pandemic debt mounting in millions of British households


Covid-19 debt is about to hit home, and it won't peak for 18 months

Stamp duty cut sees estate agent calls surge


Enquiries from house hunters have surged since Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the nine-month tax cut in his mini-Budget summer statement on Wednesday.

CAPITAL GEARING TRUST: Long-term growth and cash preservation


Capital Gearing's largest fund holdings include a Vanguard fund which tracks the Japanese stock market, a FTSE 100 tracker fund, and German property fund Vonovia.

INVESTMENT EXTRA: Can investing in banks make you a tuppence or two? 


The private investor clients of investment platforms such as Hargreaves Lansdown have been snapping up bank shares, persuaded that they are set to recover from their current lows.

Top fund manager Standard Life Aberdeen dumps Boohoo


Boohoo has been rocked by claims that some of its clothes were being packaged in sweatshops where staff were paid as little as £3.50 an hour. Shares plunged 42 per cent in just three days.

British Airways in battle over prized airport landing slots


More than 100 MPs from across political parties have urged Boris Johnson to review BA's right to slots at airports such as Heathrow as it embarks on a huge restructuring that will axe 12,000 staff.

ALEX BRUMMER: China's threat to free trade


Amid the Brexit dramas in the Commons for much of the last year, the choice of Britain reverting World Trade Organisation rules was invoked almost daily. Covid-19 has moved the political caravan on.

One in 10 restaurants won't reopen this year, says owner of Wagamamas


The Restaurant Group - which has closed nearly 200 sites since the pandemic struck with the loss of 4,500 jobs - said it has started a 'phased reopening' of its remaining 400 venues.

DIRECTOR DEALS: Gamma Communications boss sells whole stake for £2.59m


Non-executive director Andrew Stone offloaded 180,551 shares in the AIM-listed firm, which offers products such as a business-only mobile service, for between 1435p and 1493p each.

PUNT OF THE WEEK: Tin miner Afritin


Afritin is a tin miner with a working mine in Namibia, which it is developing further, and a project in South Africa. Listed on AIM, it was spun out of vanadium producer Bushveld Minerals in 2017.

MARKET REPORT: Senior struggles to cope with aerospace calamity `


Airlines were hit almost immediately through the mass cancellation of flights - but it took longer for it to become clear the impact it was having on plane makers.

Gym group loses 178,000 customers during lockdown


Before lockdown, on March 18, the company had 870,000 members. This had dropped to 692,000 on Thursday. Gyms and nail bars will be allowed to reopen on July 25.

Coronavirus UK: Lockdown slows down smart meter installations


The rollout will now only reach 48% completion by the end of June 2021, compared to 61% on the pre-pandemic forecast

Can we claim back stamp duty on a flat bought last week?


Can we now claim back this tax since we missed out on the new stamp duty holiday by just a few days?

Stamp duty cut slammed for cutting tax for landlords too


In a bid to boost the housing market the Chancellor announced that most homebuyers won't pay any stamp duty on the first £500,000 of their home purchase from now until March.

Boohoo still 'king of AIM' after rollercoaster week


Shares in the fast-fashion retailer have recuperated a little after a three-day descent that wiped off over 40 per cent of their value.

Excluded 3million self-employed fail to get help in mini-Budget


An estimated 3million of the UK's workforce have been left in the cold by exclusions in the support package for the self-employed.

What should over-75s do about buying a TV licence?


Over-75s must start buying £157.50 annual TV licences , but are being told to wait for a letter before doing anything - and meanwhile the poorest pensioners will still get them for free.

Reprieve for fund star Buxton as Boohoo shares bounces back


The rally will come as a relief to the online fashion group's founders - who lost £433m in the sell-off which followed claims clothes were being made in sweatshops that paid staff £3.50 an hour.

Home for sale is a mini-Kew Gardens with its own orangery


The five-bed property has an extensive orangery that occupies almost half of the property, extending across two floors.

Fears Rolls-Royce will need billions in taxpayer bailout


The engineering group, led by chief exec Warren East (pictured), warned it was set to lose another £1bn by the end of 2020.

New TSB mortgage deal lets you leave early without any charges


The deal, known as the 'Fix and Flex', lets borrowers fix their rate for five years, but unusually charges you for leaving early in just the first three years of the deal.

Two thirds of over-75s will resist moving to care homes due to coronavirus


There is already a financial incentive to get care at home if you can, because people's properties are excluded from means tests until they move to residential care accommodation.

What can I do to improve the efficiency of my home right now?


There are tricks households can use now to help their home become more energy efficient, without having to wait for the scheme to open for applications in September.

Easyjet founder Stelios to grill airline's bosses over Airbus order


Entrepreneur Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou has been at loggerheads with the board for months over a £4.5bn order with Airbus for more than 100 planes, which he believes the group should cancel.

Elon Musk speeding towards a £2.7bn Tesla windfall


The 49-year-old could pocket the cash if his company's market capitalisation averages $150bn for six months, making him eligible for the latest tranche of a record-breaking bonus scheme.

ALEX BRUMMER: Humbling of the High Street icons


As a partnership, John Lewis is held to higher standards of governance than other retailers. One can only imagine the pain involved in shutting eight stores and placing 1,300 jobs in jeopardy.

'He's turned his back on us': Publicans blast the Chancellor for failing to help


Summing up the crisis facing Britain's pubs, Greg Mulholland told This is Money: 'Today is great news for the likes of Wetherspoons but awful for independent pubs.'

House prices may fall 5% this year and 11% in 2021 says CEBR


The Centre for Economics and Business Research has warned that it does not expect house prices to return to pre-pandemic levels until 'at least' 2023.

First DBX rolls off Aston Martin's Welsh St Athan production line


Priced from £158,000, the Welsh-made DBX is expected to be the biggest seller for Aston Martin, which has endured a turbulent financial period.

Best bank accounts: Tesco Bank to axe in-credit interest from September


Holders currently earn 1% on balances of up to £3,000. The cut will come on 22 September and is the second reduction in 13 months.

Lamborghini unleashes Sian Roadster hypercar that inspired its boat


Billionaires, Instagram rich kids and anyone else with a spare £6m in the bank can now have a matching Lamborghini for the road and water, with the new Sian Roadster joining the Tecnomar superyacht.

Households set to see energy bills fall by £20 under new Ofgem scheme


Under Ofgem's new plans, it will spend £25bn to invest in greener energy over the next five years, but it also wants energy firms to halve the return they currently make on their investments.

Will Rishi Sunak's mini-budget help small businesses to thrive?


Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered his mini-budget and introduced a raft of measures to keep business afloat, but is it enough? Here small business owners share their views.

Councils left with a financial black hole in lost parking charges during pandemic


Earnings published by the Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government today show that local authorities were anticipating to bank more than £885m in parking fees this financial year.

John Lewis permanently shutting eight shops putting 1,300 jobs at risk


The ailing department store chain will permanently close its large stores in Birmingham and Watford, as well as smaller outlets at Heathrow airport, St Pancras train station in London.

We reveal the best broadband and TV deals currently on the market 


As households across the country realise they could be working from home for the foreseeable future, many will be looking to upgrade their internet to a faster, more reliable connection.

Five tips to becoming your own boss in coronavirus-era


With many in employment limbo, going it alone could be a option, using expertise, experience and contacts to follow your dreams - but how do you make that leap?

Stamp duty cut: How much it saves on the average home near you


Rightmove saw a 22 per cent rise in traffic within 30 minutes of the so-called mini-Budget, in which the Chancellor increased the initial stamp duty threshold to £500,000

Stamp duty calculator: How much will the cut save you?


How do the new and old rates of stamp duty compare and how much could you save in buying a home? We crunch the numbers below.

Women underpaid state pension must get their money, says JACK DROMEY


'Labour wants to know how many women have been affected, who they are and how the Government plans to contact them all,' says Shadow Pensions Minister Jack Dromey.


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