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Cold callers break Hilda's heart every time they call to ask for her dead husband

Hilda Gaddum, 69, is being bothered up to three times a morning by cold callersThe calls are uninvited and intensely irritating and she can do ...

Best current account deals and perks offered by banks

By Ruth Lythe Published: 03:41 EST, 16 April 2014 | ...

Finally! Savers can beat inflation with fixed-rate deals

By Money Mail Reporter Published: 06:34 EST, 16 April 2014 ...

Watch out for catches on top-paying saving accounts

By Sylvia Morris Published: 06:25 EST, 16 April 2014 | ...

Pay rises scrape ahead of inflation - but only if you work in the private sector and get an annual bonus

Wages including bonuses were 1.9% higher in February compared to inflation rate of 1.7%But public sector pay increases were only 0.9% and excluding bonuses pay ...

Hargreaves Lansdown under fire for pocketing £600 when you die

Britain's biggest fund faces criticism for 'death fee' on Isa which will cost £600 for admin when you dieThe fees have been branded as 'heartless ...

Tesco shares gain as City shrugs off weaker profits

By This Is Money Reporter Published: 05:06 EST, 16 April 2014 ...

Stocks and shares Isa transfers taking as long as five months

By Money Mail Reporter Published: 04:17 EST, 16 April 2014 ...

Help to buy boost helps housebuilder Persimmon post a 35% sales jump

It says 5,000 new homes sold to customers in England using the Help to Buy scheme since its launch a year agoWeekly private sales rate ...

FTSE LIVE: Tesco leads gainers as profit fall discounted; Footsie up on jobless, earnings data boost

By This Is Money Reporters Published: 02:47 EST, 16 April 2014 ...

Small claims court costs set to double

By Sam Dunn Published: 04:11 EST, 16 April 2014 | ...

FTSE LIVE: Shares flat ahead of Easter; Debenhams up

By This Is Money Reporter Published: 02:40 EST, 15 April 2014 ...

Passengers' nightmares after Monarch technical faults on flight from Tobago

Flight MON368 from Tobago took nearly four days to reach Gatwick after suffering mechanical failuresPlane forced into emergency landing in Barbados after pilot reported smoke ...

Bank of Dave founder lodges bid for Burnley branch of RBS

By Lee Boyce Published: 03:51 EST, 15 April 2014 | ...

ALEX BRUMMER: The mounting proof that tax cuts make us ALL richer

By Alex Brummer Published: 18:31 EST, 14 April 2014 | ...

London in its own house price 'superbubble' as average UK property value rises at fastest pace in four years

Average house prices jump 1.9% between January and February Property values leap 9.1% year on year London property values soar nearly 18% on the year ...

Cost of living crisis eases as inflation falls to four-year low of 1.6% in March

Consumer price inflation falls to 1.6% in MarchWage rises in January running at 1.4%Economists forecast wages could hit 2% in February By Matt West and Daily Mail ...

First-time buyer mortgage applications taking almost 100 days - before tougher rules kick in

Those with a 10% deposit saw mortgage application times of 95 daysMortgage lenders could creak when MMR rules come into forceFirst-time buyers are having to ...

Record growth in 'lend-to-save' as more savers choose to cut out banks

By Amy Andrew Published: 10:34 EST, 14 April 2014 | ...

Fight back if you're fed up with your energy provider

By Laura Shannon, Financial Mail On Sunday Published: 16:03 EST, 12 April 2014 ...

G4S blunder boss Nick Buckles handed £1.7m in 2013

By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 16:41 EST, 14 April 2014 ...

ALEX BRUMMER: Glaxo finds itself on the back foot again

By Alex Brummer Published: 16:33 EST, 14 April 2014 | ...

High-end hotel cleaning firm Casna Group targets sports stadiums and events industry

By Vicki Owen, Financial Mail On Sunday PUBLISHED: 05:55 EST, 12 April 2014 | UPDATED: 05:55 EST, 12 April 2014 0 View comments High end hotel cleaning business Casna ...

'Dotcom' bubble fears hit shares of recent London tech floats Just Eat, Boohoo and AO

By Geoff Foster PUBLISHED: 15:55 EST, 11 April 2014 | UPDATED: 05:46 EST, 12 April 2014 0 View comments Hungry bears continued to bite big chunks out of the ...

Confidence in the housing market hits a three-year high says Halifax

A net balance of 24 per cent of British adults think it will be a good time to sell in the next 12 monthsPrices will ...

Have housebuilder shares hit a wall?

By Tanya Jefferies and Simon Lambert PUBLISHED: 11:38 EST, 11 April 2014 | UPDATED: 03:58 EST, 12 April 2014 1 View comments Income advantage: Housebuilders tend to be strong ...

British mothers paying £160 extra tax to stay at home than those in other developed nations

One-earner couples with children only family type who suffer heavier taxThe extra tax they pay is worth around £190 for average British familyDavid Cameron has ...

George Osborne announces measure to help Britain recoup some of £15bn lost tax

Britons hiding income in tax havens overseas to be made criminal offenceTough new measure was announced by George Osbourne at U.S. meetingIt could help recoup ...

Are we seeing the slow death of the home owning dream? After a boom in Thatcher's right-to-buy era, property ownership has slumped to its lowest level since 1987

In 2003, 71% of Britons lived in homes they owned, last year just 65%In same period, number of renters jumped from 2.2million to 3.9millionOut of ...

Can M&S complete its comeback? City backs Bolland but fears persist over profitability

By Peter Campbell PUBLISHED: 15:56 EST, 11 April 2014 | UPDATED: 03:42 EST, 12 April 2014 2 View comments Has Marks lost its sparkle? The question has dogged Middle ...

Osborne warns City that Britain 'is prepared to pay economic price' for Russia sanctions

By Alex Brummer In Washington PUBLISHED: 15:56 EST, 11 April 2014 | UPDATED: 03:15 EST, 12 April 2014 32 View comments Talking tough: Chancellor George Osborne Britain stands ready ...

House price rise sparks a huge boom in extensions because owners can't afford to upgrade

Soaring house prices have triggered extension boom among homeownersFamilies are forking out tens of thousands to make their properties largerIt is cheaper for many than ...

RUTH SUNDERLAND: Eurozone still not free of Greek drama

By Ruth Sunderland PUBLISHED: 15:56 EST, 11 April 2014 | UPDATED: 15:56 EST, 11 April 2014 0 View comments Greece's return to the capital markets for the first time ...

Next boss took home £4.6m last year despite donating share bonus

By City & Finance Reporter PUBLISHED: 15:56 EST, 11 April 2014 | UPDATED: 15:56 EST, 11 April 2014 2 View comments Next's boss still took home £4.6m last year ...

Pressure on Philip Clarke as Tesco set to post falling profits again

By Hugo Duncan PUBLISHED: 15:56 EST, 11 April 2014 | UPDATED: 15:56 EST, 11 April 2014 9 View comments Weight of expectation: The results will round off another dismal ...

Mike Ashley snaps up Sir Tom Hunter's stake in House of Fraser

By Neil Craven, Financial Mail On Sunday PUBLISHED: 16:05 EST, 5 April 2014 | UPDATED: 07:22 EST, 6 April 2014 0 View comments Share deal: Sports Direct boss Mike ...

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