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May 15, 2019

Pensioners need £60 a week more to live on

Feb 20, 2019

Child poverty risks hitting record levels by 2022

Nov 23, 2017

‘Average pay won’t recover to its pre-crisis peak until 2025’ – think tank

May 11, 2017

Political parties’ minimum wage rises could cause more harm than good

Mar 17, 2017

How to keep an elderly relative’s finances safe

Jan 30, 2017

UK’s mini living standards boom ends

Jun 22, 2016

Hong Kong named world’s most expensive expat city

Mar 14, 2016

National Minimum Wage to increase for under 25s

Nov 26, 2014

Small suppliers win out in uSwitch annual survey

Jun 30, 2014

Cost of ‘essentials’ up 28 per cent from 2008

Jun 05, 2014

Living costs rise in key expat destinations

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