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60 second news round-up: the top money stories of the week

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Written by: Paloma Kubiak
01/07/2016
Missed this week's big money stories? Here's our one minute summary of the key facts and figures from the last seven days.

Brexit

Following the shock result, many questions have been raised such as how to shelter your portfolio, how to survive the volatile markets and should you sell your gold and take the profit?

We also looked at whether the cost of using your mobile abroad will rise, gave you practical steps regarding exchanging your currency if you’re due to go on holiday this summer and reported that annuity rates had been slashed following the referendum result.

Saving and banking

We looked at 10 top tips to help you cut your inheritance tax  and brought you our guide containing all the information you need on picking the right credit card.

We covered everything you need to know about shared parental leave and answered the question of whether you should set up a trust for your children. For those of you with teenagers who are considering taking a gap year, our money tips should help them on their way.

In other news, we reported how half a million first time buyers had opened a Help to Buy ISA.

And don’t miss our four four-minute video explaining how you can get the most out of your SIPP.

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