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Most UK fraud originates online and AI brings a frightening new dimension to scams
Number of people paying inheritance tax soars 24 per cent in a year as house prices rise
Young workers on high salaries find financial advice hard to come by
If you rediscover the savings habit, don’t let higher taxes be the sting in the tail
Changing tax rules and rising interest rates boost demand, but banks’ customer service has slipped
As interest rates rise, remortgaging borrowers weigh up fixed rates, trackers, plus switching and ditching
Changing tax rules and the collapse of SVB have made this a stressful week for venture capital trust fund managers
UK first-time buyers say penalties and property price cap are blighting under-40s product
Brits don’t understand their retirement options, and I fear for the ‘Cafters’
Being trapped in a financially controlling relationship is more common than you think
Record number of ‘fallen angels’ entering UK small-cap index could set investors’ hearts aflutter
Falling prices and rising interest rates create retirement dilemma for millions
Will you ‘manifest money’ in the year ahead?
Films that could spark a conversation about finance with your children
Social media stars and rising prices are panicking consumers into snap decisions about money
At what point does bargain hunting turn into shopping addiction?
As the cost of living soars, consumers may regret those expensive finance deals
Politicians must listen to young professionals who are feeling the squeeze
The chancellor is applying the biggest tax squeeze to the middle classes, not the wealthiest
Tax freezes and increased childcare costs mean parents are being squeezed at both ends
UK banks are taking a new approach to fraud prevention, but will it pay off?
Future for tax, pensions and energy policy has been tossed into the political salad spinner
Rising rates make annuities attractive for DB pensioners but they’re not right for all
Fallout from the UK’s ‘mini’ Budget widens from property and mortgages to pensions and investments
With UK rates rising, reducing debt looks a better bet