Why you shouldn't ignore the workplace pension
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Mistakes that knock thousands off house prices
14,000 UK streets now have average house prices over £1m, property site finds
Unique 'Venetian palace' near Windsor on sale for £4m
An extraordinary fairy-tale house boasting a sunken garden modelled on the ruins of Tintern Abbey has come up for sale for £4 million. See also:
Donald Trump moves to impose tariffs on imports from China
President Donald Trump has signed an order that paves the way for imposing tariffs on as much as 60 billion US dollars worth of Chinese imports to
Donald Trump orders tariffs on 50bn dollars worth of Chinese imports
The Trump administration is readying restrictions on Chinese investment and tariffs on nearly 50 billion US dollars worth of Chinese imports to
Retail sales jump in February
British retail sales jumped in February as prices rose at their smallest year-on-year rate since January last year, figures show.Retail sales
Council tax burden for poorest Londoners 'six times more than for top earners'
The council tax burden for the poorest households in London is six times greater than that for the highest earners as a proportion of their income,
Elon Musk's Tesla pay package could net him 50 billion US dollars
Shareholders of electric car and solar panel maker Tesla have approved an ambitious pay package for CEO Elon Musk that could net him more than 50
Fed raises key rate and foresees two more hikes this year
The Federal Reserve is raising its benchmark interest rate to reflect a solid US economy and signalling that it is sticking with a gradual approach
People living in bungalows 'UK's happiest homeowners'
People living in bungalows are the nation's happiest homeowners, a survey has found.Nearly nine in 10 (88%) homeowners living in all property
Payday loans and unauthorised overdrafts 'unhealthiest forms of credit'
Payday loans have been identified as the "unhealthiest" form of credit in a new report, with unauthorised overdrafts coming second.More
Jobs at risk at Carpetright as retailer eyes store closures
Embattled retailer Carpetright has put jobs under threat as it draws up sweeping restructuring plans which will close poorly-performing stores and
Deals to provide more homes in England announced by Government
Over £218 million-worth of investment in the West of England and Oxfordshire is set to help deliver thousands of new homes for local communities,
Scale of problem debt at 'epidemic' levels, says Archbishop of Canterbury
The scale of problem debt is at "epidemic levels", the Archbishop of Canterbury has said.The Most Rev Justin Welby made the comments in
Barn conversion developments 'could heap more pressure on rural infrastructure'
A potential surge in barn conversion homes could heap more pressure on rural schools and roads in England, the Local Government Association (LGA)