Best of the Sunday papers’ MONEY sections 6th April 2014

1 min Read Published: 06 Apr 2014

The Independent

The Easter holidays offer some sweet surprises

Former students in uproar over debt collector

Families are forced into arrears by bedroom tax

The Telegraph

The desperate tactics being used to avoid inheritance tax

Minister supports investigation into policies that trap savers

With-profits policies: 'zombie' victims must come first

The Sunday Times (subscription)

Cost of credit card borrowing rises

The loan deal that makes new cars cheaper than second hand

Homebuyers face rise in fixed rate mortgages

The Mail on Sunday

Fraudsters are striking 600 times a day

Retirement blow for 560,000 expats

Consumer spending spree hits the buffers

The Observer

Credit unions: financial lifeline for UK communities comes of age

State pension top-ups: should you or shouldn't you?

Confusion over new pension rules disappoints pensioners

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