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Labour calls for landlords to be excluded from stamp duty cut

Second homeowners and landlords should not benefit from the stamp duty holiday announced t...

Investing for two or more children: Do you mirror strategies?

We’re well aware of the benefits of investing for children but on a practical level, how...

Third of people plan to work from home after lockdown

Almost one in three workers is set to ditch the daily commute after lockdown, research sug...

Travel firms told to refund customers or face enforcement action

The competition regulator has published an open letter to the travel package holiday secto...

Royal Mail fined £1.6m for delivery failures and overcharging customers

Royal Mail has been fined £1.5m for failing to meet first-class delivery targets and a fu...

BLOG: Why dividend cuts shouldn’t be viewed with disdain

It’s very easy to become a reactionary investor when markets experience the type of vola...

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Furlough’s imminent end: Your redundancy rights

The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is set to close at the end of October, and many emplo...

Coronavirus crisis: a five-point plan for worried investors

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread, markets have once again tanked, dragging ...

What the General Election could mean for your personal finances

Our experts discuss how the historic December election may affect income tax, stamp duty, ...

What you need to know about post-Brexit travel

Insurer Allianz Assistance UK offers advice to Brits travelling to Europe after 31 October...

How to get a will for free

If you're 55 or over, you can have a will written or updated for free this month.

Lost your job? Financial top tips

As former-defence minister Gavin Williamson starts life on the back benches, we discuss ho...

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One year left to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme

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Confirmation of Payee rules kick in

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Second payment holiday for consumer credit customers confirmed

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Universal Credit job hunting rules restart

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EasyJet closing bases at Stansted, Southend and Newcastle airports

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Boris Johnson pledges new homes and planning reforms as UK ‘builds’ out of Covid crisis

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Worst six months for savers in more than a decade

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“Lockdown wills” lead to surge in contested probate

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Pandemic wrecks FTSE100 dividend outlook for 2020

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Number of furloughed workers hits 9.3 million

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UK economy suffers largest fall since 1979

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Private dentist charges to rise as PPE costs passed to customers

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Travel quarantine rules to be relaxed

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Wirecard UK unlocks customers’ cash

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