Best of the Sunday papers’ MONEY sections

1 min Read Published: 25 Oct 2020

best of the sunday paper money sections

25th October 2020

Sunday Express

Furlough: Money advice issued as COVID-19 fears rise - could the ‘50/30/20’ plan help you?

Pension warning: Britons cannot simply rely on the state pension - vital steps to take

Universal Credit claimants could get £1,200 boost paid into bank account - warning to note

The Telegraph

300,000 people to miss out on Green Homes Grants as industry buckles under demand

‘My husband died suddenly at 53 and his £85k life insurance won’t pay out’

'You would be lucky to get your money back': annuity expert warns of negative rate danger

The Sunday Times (subscription)

Gareth Gates: I lost £250k betting on the currency markets

Monzo: New digital bank, same old paid-for account

How do you help a young relative in tough times?

Mail on Sunday

Neil Woodford payout fight hots up: Law firm on track for class action by end of the year - as four others weigh up victims' chance of victory

As Royal Mail launches new service called Parcel Collect, what is the true cost of asking the postman to pick up your parcels from home?

Supermarket giant Asda set for significant overhaul that will mimic department stores by hiring out large parts of its shops to other businesses

The Observer

Mortgages: how to get a loan as lenders pull up the ladder

Nationwide reduces Flex travel insurance cover for Covid cancellations

HSBC froze £1.5bn of customers' cash in 'dormant accounts' – report

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