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Apr 20, 2023

Nine in 10 not saving enough for retirement

Nov 09, 2022

‘Inflation forecast mistakes’ mean student loan support worth 10% less this year

May 19, 2022

Spending in retirement doesn’t fall as much as expected

Apr 13, 2022

Student loan interest rates set to rocket

Jan 13, 2022

10 million households vulnerable to ‘cost of living crunch’

Oct 07, 2021

Council tax bills could rise by hundreds of pounds to fund social care

Apr 06, 2020

Young, low paid and women to be hit hardest by Covid-19 shutdown

Nov 11, 2019

Councils need billions in extra funding to meet adult social care costs

Aug 06, 2019

Gulf between the well-off and the richest exposed

Jul 22, 2019

Real level of student debt more than double parents’ estimates

Jun 25, 2019

Baby boomers earning more than ever

Aug 23, 2016

Working mums earn up to 33% less an hour than men

Apr 06, 2016

New State Pension now in force

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