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Landlords and tenants are being ripped off by letting agents who charge both parties for the same service, research by By Emma Dunkley
Two major industry bodies are clamping down on the way fees are levied across pensions and investments amid continuing By Emma Dunkley
As part of its clampdown on tax evasion and aggressive forms of avoidance, the government has proposed a “strict liability By Jonathan Eley
Most of us are chronically overinsured. We throw away hundreds, even thousands of pounds a year trying to protect ourselves By Lars Kroijer
Skandia Life is switching millions of pounds out of “mirror funds” run by Invesco Perpetual to its former star stockpicker By Emma Dunkley
The Treasury collected more than £1bn in July from stamp duty on property sales, for the first time since the financial By Jonathan Eley
A few weeks ago I wrote about the widespread use of cross-subsidy in financial services, such as where free banking for many By Jonathan Eley
Pension investors face fee increases or narrower investment choices as providers respond to steeper regulatory requirements. By Josephine Cumbo, Pensions Correspondent
Goldman Sachs is close to paying about $1.1bn to resolve claims from a US government agency that it sold bad mortgage-backed By Tom Braithwaite and Kara Scannell in New York
The world has never been in as much debt as it is now. If that sounds worrying, consider this: with interest rates in the By Elaine Moore
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