The best of the Sunday papers’ money sections – 10th July 2011

1 min Read Published: 10 Jul 2011

The Independent on Sunday

Morally bankrupt policies are penalising prudent savers

Smart meters could open door to energy company mis-selling

A new charging structure promises cheaper overseas phone charges

Sunday Telegraph

House price inflation wipes thousands off property values

Nearly half of holiday home owners are trying to sell

Britons gamble £1.5bn on Premium Bonds

Sunday Times (subscription)

Save £600 before you go on holiday

Warning over cheapest loan

Company pensions shock looming over age change

Mail on Sunday

Greener energy predicted to push fuel bills up by £200 a year

House price trend takes upward turn as officical figures paint a brighter future

Tesco recruits have to agree working anti-social hours.

The Observer

Can you rent your home to Olympics visitors and make a fortune

Inside Track victims contemplate legal action

Are 'refurbished' electrical items any good?

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