Best of the Sunday papers’ MONEY sections 27th July 2014

1 min Read Published: 27 Jul 2014

The Independent

Plans to tackle fuel poverty are slammed by campaigners

Payday loan firms accused of bombarding elderly with nuisance phone calls

Problem gambling: young men at risk

The Telegraph

Pension revolution: save those left behind

'You are too old for a credit  card', bank tells customer

Pension annuities offer 'fair value', study claims

The Sunday Times (subscription)

Top 10 money tips for older people

Earn £850 from banks thanks to easy switching

For that holiday read take a dip in the world of finance

Mail on Sunday

'We home-swap and get a holiday without the costs'

More then half of credit card holders don't know the interest rate after 0% deal ends

Buying rare first edition books are the first-class way of investing

The Observer

Pensioners lose out as boost for delaying state pension slashed

Why the UK's food prices aren't so high after all

We need to talk about pensions

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