Best of the Sunday papers’ money sections 4th September 2011

1 min Read Published: 04 Sep 2011

Independent on Sunday

Santander offers new customers cash to switch

Banks tell 'at risk' borrowers to spend less or lose their homes

Joia Shillingford: It will take more than a bashing to get banks lending again

Sunday Telegraph

Airmiles members lose 'free flights'

HMRC to verify mortgage applications

Post Office extends inflation linked savings accounts due to demand

Sunday Times (subscription)

Investors hit as rebates exposed

How first-time buyers can get on the ladder

Family Finance: Every little bit helps except for store gimmicks

The Mail on Sunday

Taxpayers face '£3.7bn RBS lawsuit' as US agency takes 17 banks to court

One store in eight at risk of collapse as rents fall due

The hangover of Ireland's property boom: Abandoned ghost estates and lifeless houses stripped of their worth

The Sunday Observer

Financial Ombudsman taking two years to resolve consumer complaints

Mortgage lenders cut lists of 'approved' solicitors for conveyancing

Garden sharing: growing your own vegetables on someone else's patch

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