Best of the Sunday papers’ money sections 11th September 2011

1 min Read Published: 11 Sep 2011

The Independent on Sunday

Rogue landlords and agents flourish as demand for rented homes soars

The play's the thing for investing

Referral fees ban will curb the compensation culture

Sunday  Telegraph

Nine out ten broadband users have no idea they can get free Wi-Fi

Anthony Bolton's China fund forced to buy back shares

Mortgage approvals at a 15-month high

Sunday Times (subscription)

Thousands on claims blacklist

What does your adviser really cost you?

Make the most of your offset

The Mail on Sunday

Millions of under 50s must wait extra year for retirement as pension age to rise sooner

As National Savings halts index-linked certificates, what are the alternatives?

Inflation and employment data expected to add to gloom this week

Sunday Observer

When will interest rates go up again?

Bridging loans: the risky finance that could cost home buyers

Gay people 'at risk  of a lonelier old age'

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