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How low can mortgage rates go? See which banks and building societies slashed rates this week.

Mortgages | 21 Nov 2014
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Miton reopens UK Multi-Cap Income fund to new investors

Miton Group has reopened its UK Multi-Cap Income to new investors after imposing an initial charge last year.

Investments | 21 Nov 2014

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VIDEO: Your two minute guide to the pension reforms

What we do - and don't - know about the dramatic changes announced by Chancellor George Osborne during the Budget.

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BLOG: Give Japan the benefit of the doubt

There is value to be had in Japan even as it dips into recession, says David Coombs.

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BLOG: A toxic legacy

Perhaps the only surprise in the recent news that over a quarter of families fall out after the death of a loved one, is that the number is so few.

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BLOG: Cuts are not the way to reduce welfare spending

Realistic reductions in the cost of welfare will not come from further cuts but from lessening the reliance on the state, argues Helen White of the Association of British Insurers (ABI).

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BLOG: Labour's proposed 'Mansion Tax' is unfair

Taxing property wealth is the bluntest of instruments, says Russell Quirk.

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