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Why your financial records could be costing you thousands

 

Millions are paying more than they should be for loans

Don't ignore your financial future, experts beg

 

As the helm of the DWP changes hands yet again, retirement savers are lost in a sea of uncertainty

How to make international money transfers cheaper and easier

 

Sending money to friends and family overseas this Christmas? Currency specialists such as XE can help you avoid getting hit financially by hidden charges and poor exchange rates

How to be better with money

 

You can change your financial habits and manage your money better. Here's how

£1.5bn won't solve old age funding crisis

 

UK adults bury heads in sand as costs mount and state support dwindles

Married? Your car insurance could be cheaper

 

Investigation reveals application question flaws could cost drivers £200

Guide to international money transfers

 

The Independent presents a simple guide to international payments

What to expect in Sajid Javid's autumn spending review

 

An autumn spending review when summer is barely over… so what will be in it? Assuming he doesn't cancel that too

Parents risk pensioner poverty to get children on the property ladder, experts warn

 

Bank of Mum and Dad lending soars in 2019

Experts warn of hidden legacy after yet more bank blackouts

 

Glitches can damage customers' ability to be accepted for financial products in future

PPI deadline: How to claim money back before midnight

 

Average payout last year was £2,000 but it can be much more

Women set to bear the brunt of Brexit slump

 

Men think they will weather the economic storm better

Why it could be too expensive to claim on your insurance

 

​Could you afford an excess of a few thousand pounds?

10 financial facts all students need to know

 

About to start university? Lucky you. Here's what you need to know about money

Monzo customers to receive salaries a day early under new feature from app-only bank

 

Bacs payments to go through at 4pm on the day before they are normally received

UK homeowners are becoming improvers not movers

 

Would-be buyers put the brakes on borrowing as property market continues to falter

10 things to know before going self-employed

 

Self-employed professionals share what they wish someone had told them before they took the plunge

Why your degree is all about the money

 

​Is a degree any more than a financial investment?

British firm Cannaray aims to grow marijuana

 

Cannaray will become the only London-listed UK grower of cannabis next summer if it secures its licence to cultivate the plant on the south coast of England and floats on the stock market as planned.

Barclays boss sets up 'tense' showdown to oust board raider

 

Jes Staley is understood to be keen to try to persuade Bramson to sell his 5.5 per cent stake in Barclays and leave the bank in peace.

New fears for Cobham as ruthless cuts by US predator Advent revealed

 

Documents analysed by this newspaper show Advent International cut nearly 800 jobs last year at British firms - all within its first year of ownership.

HAMISH MCRAE: Mario Draghi accused of sucking German savers dry

 

Last week, Mario Draghi, the outgoing president of the European Central Bank, pushed through his swansong - yet another huge stimulus package.

SALLY HAMILTON: Forget Bodie and Doyle, try the pensions Professionals

 

1970s series The Professionals is still great TV - and reminds Sally Hamilton of her youth, when she failed to save. Like her, the nation is facing a huge challenge over pension provisions.

Big Short investor targets Standard Chartered and HSBC

 

Steve Eisman, who was played by the actor Steve Carell in The Big Short, is targeting two British banks.

Still don't have a will? Here's your chance to get one written for free 

 

Two charitable will-writing schemes are open to new customers - with solicitors around the country offering to draw up a last will and testament free of charge.

CASH IN THE ATTIC: Rare Frank Sinatra albums could earn you £3,600

 

Ol' blue eyes may be gone but the Frank Sinatra album My Way is being re-released next month to celebrate its 50th anniversary.

Sir Charlie Mayfield: Yes, losses hurt but I'm getting John Lewis fit for Amazon age 

 

Sir Charlie Mayfield, a former Scots Guard, says John Lewis is in an 'infinitely better' position despite the red ink creeping on to the balance sheet.

DONT be a money mule and let crooks use your bank account to launder cash 

 

Students and middle-aged workers in need of cash are among the most sought-after targets for crooks, who dupe them into accepting deposits as a way of laundering 'dirty' money.

Fashion is bang on trend for profits, say investment experts

 

Investing in the fashion brands you love isn't always simple, as some favourite names are privately held, or only listed outside the UK. But you can use funds and trusts to get exposure.

Hermes European: Fund looks to the Continent for its long-term growth

 

A fund that invests in European companies - but excludes those listed in the UK - has some resonance in the current political climate, especially as the 'B word' has frightened off serious numbers of investors from touching the British stock market in recent months.

Is Meghan Markle's carbon credit offset a waste of money

 

The average person in Britain generates about 11 tons of carbon dioxide every year - from activities such as heating the home and cooking meals.

Most drivers don't know black box can save them up to £500 in insurance

 

New research has found eight out of ten motorists are unaware they can benefit by fitting the gadget to their car - offering average annual savings on premiums of £200.

Rip-off text firm is fined £600,000 in victory for our campaign against nuisance messages

 

The result is also a triumph for The Mail on Sunday, which has campaigned long and hard for an end to the scourge of customers being charged to receive nuisance texts.

I DIDN'T buy A Place in the Sun - I was hooked on clothes, says Sara Damergi

 

Sara Damergi, the daughter of a wealthy developer, owns two properties in London but regrets not getting on the housing ladder in her 20s.

How to stop YOUR pension savings from becoming an annuity horror show

 

Retirement is supposed to be a happy time, whether you are looking forward to filling it with a pipe-and-slippers or travel-the-world lifestyle. But in recent years it has become more complex and stressful.

TONY HETHERINGTON: Raise a glass! Your £27k is safe from dodgy wine firm

 

Tony Hetherington is Financial Mail on Sunday's ace investigator, fighting readers' corners, revealing the truth that lies behind closed doors and winning victories for those left out-of-pocket.

Short-sellers bet £100m that Centrica shares have further to fall

 

A disastrous year has seen chief executive Iain Conn step down after failing to stop customers switching suppliers, causing the share price to lose half its value.

Rebellion call over all-male board at property firm Daejan

 

Daejan is locked in a bitter row with Government diversity tsars, who say its top table is effectively 'closed to women'.

Interest rate rise likely to go on the back-burner

 

Economists think the Bank will put off rate rises due to economic weakness in Europe and the risk of a disruptive Brexit.

Aviva is set to take over Wyevale Garden Centres' pension fund

 

The deal, which could be announced as soon as tomorrow, has been signed off by private equity giant Terra Firma after 145 Wyevale outlets were parcelled off to buyers in 57 separate transactions.

MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Here's a VERY hot tip, Filta fryer cleaner expert

 

Filta specialises in fat, oil and grease management for commercial kitchens. The shares are £1.56 and should increase in value, as the company is growing fast.

Kent pensioner who was conned by rogue traders lost another £15,000 when fraudsters posed as police

 

The pensioner, 85, from Gillingham, Kent, was told she needed to pay court fees. With a 'courier', she went to banks and post offices in Chatham Strood and Hempstead Valley to withdraw the cash.

Farewell Madderson - ANOTHER favourite of Kate Middleton's fails 

 

Madderson London, founded by former Goldman Sachs banker Sara Madderson, will close at the end of the month after slipping £700,000 into the red last year.

Top British firms hit out at Google and Facebook for stifling competition online

 

Vodafone, BT, Barclays, Lloyds and John Lewis all issued stark warnings about the rising dominance of the internet giants in response to an official review of the online advertising market.

Drivers' fury at £600,000 fines from EVERY smart motorway camera

 

Errant drivers are given £100 fines and three penalty points under the controversial system. Thames Valley is taking on an extra 15 civilian employees to process all the fines.

We reveal the 10 best value destinations for your Christmas break with prices dropping by up to 33%

 

The best time to book flights for Christmas is 13 weeks in advance - the last week of September - as travellers will get the best price for both flights and accommodation, according to Skyscanner.

L&G's GIRL fund wants to tackle gender equality and make a profit

 

This tracker fund has taken the gender equality concept to heart, backing UK firms that have a greater balance and beating the market since it launched in May 2018.

ADVFN says Lloyds, Barclays, UK Oil & Gas, Sirius Minerals and IQE are most-followed stocks

 

Two blue-chip banks, two ambitious commodity firms and a semiconductor supplier are the five most-followed British stocks, according to one financial markets website

Founder of the 'Airbnb of car hire' Car & Away wants to help people make money out of their motor

 

Owning a car can set you back at least £5k a year but one entrepreneur wants to change all that by making it possible for people to rent out their cars while away at work or on holiday

Living near a golf course has a cachet of its own - but comes at a price

 

The lure of the green is something golf lovers know only too well: top of househunters' wishlists are a private gate that leads directly to a green and clear views of a famous hole.

£95million boost to Britain's historic high streets: Vacant buildings will now be used

 

The move follows a study showing chain stores are closing outlets at a record rate of 16 a day, ripping the heart out of communities and creating ghost towns.

Shareholders set to back £4billion Cobham takeover

 

The British defence group's shareholders look likely to approve the £4bn bid from US private equity group Advent International in a vote on Monday.

Pounds hits two-month high amid hopes of a Brexit breakthrough

 

terling gained as much as 1.1pc against the dollar in morning trading to reach $1.2476. It also rose 1pc against the euro to €1.1262 as fears of a recession receded.

Group set-up to win compensation for victims of RBS's restructuring group puts 'fraudster' on board 

 

The RBS/GRG Business Action Group appointed Gerard Walsh as a director in May, company filings reveal. Walsh co-founded the separate RBS Shareholders.

Wetherspoon's Tim Martin attacks 'elite remainers' as he unveils jump in sales at pub chain

 

Martin, 64, used the firm's annual results to accuse 'elite remainers' of ignoring the long-term benefits of Britain's exit from the EU.

INVESTMENT EXTRA: Gold shines brighter in these chaotic times

 

Analysts at Citi think the yellow metal could hit a record high of $2,000 within the next two years as sentiment around the world sours.

ALEX BRUMMER: Asian dream for the London Stock Exchange takes a knock 

 

Britain may look to Asia-Pacific for its future post-Brexit, but selling a central pillar of the City to an outpost of Beijing, under siege from demonstrators, is not the way to go.

Hong Kong to go hostile in £32 billion bid for London Stock Exchange  

 

Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing doubled down on its £32bn raid on the LSE - setting the stage for a hostile battle which could ultimately be decided by shareholders.

 

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