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Pressure sales tactics under scrutiny in run-up to Christmas


Crucial ruling against countdown clock to nowhere as complaints rise

What Christmas will really cost you


Our debt hangover will last well into next summer. If we're lucky

Why we need to worry more about pensions


Despite a massive national programme to get us saving more, Britain is still sleepwalking into a crisis

Buy-to-let repossessions soar as 'stranglehold' on landlords continues


Repossessions up 40 per cent in a year as experts warn of a 'mass exodus'. But should amateur property investors be throwing in the towel just yet?

Consumers fear IT failures as more bank branches close


TSB reveals the locations of 82 branches set for the chop as yet another bank suffers massive service failure

How to buy the best home insurance


Your home is your castle – time to protect it properly

General election: What the politicians want from your money


How do the main parties' pledges on tax, care, homes and the rest really compare?

Where to find the cheapest personal loans


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

How to fix the UK debt crisis


Holidays are coming. And so is the extra borrowing

How to shop better this Christmas


Counterfeit goods, fraudulent websites, overspending – there are real dangers for Christmas shoppers

Better off alone: why money is a solo affair


New research challenges our belief in the single premium

This winter's best travel insurance deals


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?

How to send money overseas


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

Start planning now to beat January travel price hikes


In six weeks' time your train travel will get more expensive but there are things you can do now to prepare

First-time buyer confusion as Help to Buy ISA closes


Struggling savers remain in the dark as route to ownership winds down

Most people don't receive full state pension, government figures reveal


Just 44 per cent of 1.1m people currently claiming get full state support in old age

The best money apps for your wallet


How fintech can transform the way you bank, budget and buy

It's easier than ever to shop your way to problem debt this Christmas


Frictionless credit for shoppers could leave more people than ever with a debt hangover

How to find the cheapest mortgage deal


Cut through the rip-offs and jargon with our straight-talking guide

Where to find the best car insurance


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

Is the space above your home worth a fortune?


For some, making money from thin air could be more than wishful thinking

Pension scam victims lose £82,000 each in 24 hours


It takes decades to save but hours to steal

HAMISH MCRAE: Even if the Tory win, you'll have to be patient for a Boris bounce


What can we sensibly expect to happen to the economy and financial markets in the weeks ahead if, as many in the City hope, there is a Tory majority in Westminster by the end of the week?

M&S is shrinking flagship stores... Fancy moving in on the top floor? 


High street giant Marks & Spencer is paving the way for an historic overhaul of its flagship Marble Arch store as part of a major plan to downsize some of its biggest shops.

Premier Oil becomes the target of record £132m short bet by Hong Kong hedge fund


A Hong Kong hedge fund secretly built up the biggest ever short position in the UK by taking huge bets against Premier Oil shares.

Parcel firm Doddle in talks with the US Postal Service as it looks to break into the US market 


Doddle is in talks with the US Postal Service and major retailers about deals that could help the UK parcel firm break America.

US general: I told Standard Chartered its client helped Taliban - but it did nothing 


Standard Chartered has been accused of ignoring warnings that one of its major clients was helping the Taliban to kill and maim British and American troops in Afghanistan.

Saatchi bosses buy £1m of new shares despite price fall after profit warnings


M&C Saatchi chairman Jeremy Sinclair last night said its bosses have a 'deep confidence' in the beleaguered advertising firm after they bought £1million of new shares.

MITON GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES: The trust with its finger in lots of profitable pies! 


Investment trust Miton Global Opportunities is unusual in that it only invests in other stock market listed investment trusts. It routinely ignores all other investments and company shares.

A way for children to learn about money: School pays kids 'purple pounds' to spend on treats


'Purple pounds' are a school currency that can be exchanged for items at the school's 'emporium' or for tickets at school events.

CASH IN THE ATTIC: Punk treasures that could fetch thousands


A rare pressing of the God Save The Queen single by The Sex Pistols on the A&M label has just sold for £13,000.

Former press baron Richard Desmond and Camelot in bitter battle over ticket to run the Lottery 


The National Lottery operator Camelot and former press baron Richard Desmond have begun a war of words as they prepare to fight for the right to run the competition from 2023.

MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Our bowling venue tip Hollywood Bowl is right on target


Midas recommended the stock in December two years ago at £1.89. Today the price is £2.38 and should continue to rise.

MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Miner Shanta Gold could give your portfolio a rich seam of profits


The price of gold has risen 20 per cent over the past year. These benign conditions have given many gold miners a bit of a boost. But some remain stubbornly undervalued, including Shanta Gold.

They won't thank you for it now, but should you give a child a pension for Christmas?


A financial gift might not look especially festive under the Christmas tree, but you can be sure the benefits will last longer than the latest 'must-have' gadget.

JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Hargreaves is at it again with 'Son of Woodford'


Hargreaves Lansdown is up to its same old tricks again - and promoting investment funds that other experts currently will not touch with asbestos gloves.

DEALS OF THE WEEK: Free chicken fries and totes bags; 0% interest on the latest iPhone  


This week's deals include: free helping of chicken fries from Burger King, free L'Oreal cotton tote bag, a special offer for a satnav device and a 0% interest deal for the latest Apple iPhone 11.

British Steel bill rises as sale could take another two months to complete 


The Government's sale of British Steel could take another two months to complete, costing the taxpayers tens of millions of pounds, industry sources have warned.

Boss in £1.5bn bid for gold miner Centamin faces bribe probe


Sébastien de Montessus, the tycoon spearheading the £1.5billion hostile bid for London-listed miner Centamin, is under investigation for corruption, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

Our writer's worldwide hunt for the driving test villains who ripped off his teenage son


Last month, my 18-year-old son Harrison was the victim of a copy-cat website scam.

Can you REALLY save more using these firms that help you switch fuel supplier?


Auto-switching services have exploded on to the energy market over recent years. There are at least six firms promising to use their high-tech algorithms to automatically find users a better deal.

Nicola Horlick: Dad paid me £6,000 and I made him £1million in a year, he was VERY pleased


Former fund manager Nicola Horlick stopped investing in shares just before the credit crunch hit in 2007 and has not put a penny into the stock market since.

We MUST get Boris a majority and unleash a boom in Brexit Britain, says City titan Michael Spencer


With General Election day looming, Spencer fears it is 'not inconceivable' that Labour's Jeremy Corbyn could become Prime Minister on Friday, which would be 'really quite severely bad'.

Labour's plan to ban cash machine charges 'risks more closures', campaigners claim


Labour's manifesto commitment to ban cash machine charges has been branded 'disastrous', 'dangerous' and 'unworkable' by campaigners.

Debt warning as banks target the gig economy


Britain's biggest banks are preparing to sell risky mortgages and loans to millions of gig economy workers in an echo of the borrowing boom before the 2008 financial crisis.

STOCK WATCH: A slam Dunk... as Superdry shapes up well in the cold 


Julian Dunkerton's achievement in wrestling back control of Superdry , the brand he co-founded in 2003, was nothing short of heroic earlier this year. Now he has to deliver the goods.

First Woodford, now M&G fund is suspended: These funds MUST be reformed, says JEFF PRESTRIDGE


Investors like me and you have a lot to thank fund manager M&G for - although you probably aren't thinking that way at the moment if you are one of those itching to get their money out.

TONY HETHERINGTON: A 15% return in a year? In the Land of make believe


Land Equity Limited is offering 15 per cent interest on a one-year investment in a Birmingham property development.

British mining firm Adriatic Metals backed by Canadian billionaire to list in London this week


Adriatic Metals, backed by Canadian billionaire Eric Sprott, will list in London this week, with plans to build Bosnia's biggest mines.

RBS duo set for Sydney showdown


Businessmen Ian Lightbody and John Guidi believe they were mis-sold loans by Clydesdale Bank when it was owned by NAB. They are demanding a meeting with McEwan.

Wakefield and Wiltshire are Britain's Help to Buy hotspots, says Zoopla


Since its launch on 1 April 2013, there have been 2,732 Help to Buy equity loans made to people in Wakefield making their first step or make their next move on the property ladder.

Prudential UK Property Fund becomes second fund this week to shut the doors on withdrawals


In a move that is likely to set off a domino of further fund closures, the Prudential UK Property Fund announced that it has been gated.

Pensioner loses £193,000 inheritance after getting one digit wrong on his sort code


Peter Teich, 74, from Cambridge, called Barclays less than 12 hours after he realised the mistake. But, after the other recipient refused to return the money, the bank offered him £25.

A corking good idea: Super-warm, tactile and easy to build - is this the future of housing?


For thousands of years, cork has been harvested from the outer layer of a distinct species of oak tree found around the Mediterranean rim.

As Britain's TV studios thrive, more people are relocating to be near the action 


The explosion of cinema multiplexes, streaming channels and new broadcasters has created unprecedented demand for Britain's booming television and film industry.

Potential Pads allows potential buyers to test drive a home


Prospective buyers can try out their future home for a night, week or even a month in return for a trial fee before they make the decision to buy.

Big Six customers can find cheapest tariffs on price comparison sites - NOT suppliers own page


When checking on an energy firm's website directly, most of the cheapest available prices for tariffs seem to be much higher than the cheapest tariff with the same supplier on a PCW.

Priests are more likely to have a record of dangerous driving than footballers


For every 1,000 priests who drive, 2.76 have an existing record of dangerous driving. That compares to zero convictions for footballers, according to research by a comparison website.

Are 20-somethings making bigger sacrifices to get on the ladder?


Kim, 28, (pictured) who lives in South West London, currently works six days a week to be able to save a couple of hundred pounds each month to put aside as savings.

Eddie Stobart will survive busy Christmas period after rescue deal was backed by shareholders


The troubled haulier was torn between two rescue offers, one from secretive private equity firm Dbay Advisors, the other from its former boss Andrew Tinkler.

MARKET REPORT: Investors in housebuilder Berkeley take a slump in profits and sales in their stride


The firm, founded by former Barnado's boy Tony Pidgley, said that it and its rivals have been hesitating to embark on new projects despite a thirst for property in London.

After Boris Johnson raises security fears, experts warn banning Huawei would drive up mobile bills


The prospect of the telecoms giant being excluded was raised by the Prime Minister in response to American concerns that it could compromise UK-US intelligence sharing.


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