The best of the Sunday papers’ money sections – 24th July 2011

1 min Read Published: 24 Jul 2011

The Independent on Sunday

Millions are sleepwalking into old age poverty

Hooray for Junior ISAs, but they won't help cash in moribund Child Trust Funds

Mortgage rates fall despite crisis

The Sunday Telegraph

How to save £10,000 over two years

Child Trust Funds struggle to deliver

Uk growth slump to last a decade

The Sunday Times

It's time to take on the taxman

Scandal of paying advisers for nothing

Banks criticised over first-time buyer scheme

The Mail on Sunday

Student debt will hit taxpayers by £500 million

Families hit by harsh penalties for dipping into their savings

Sunday opening limits may be relaxed to help struggling retailers

The Observer

Don't bank on your phone - it could be hacked

Why installing solar power looks increasingly attractive to homeowners

Summer holidays to cost UK parents £8.6bn

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