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Interest rates will start to rise sooner than expected as British economy grows at fastest rate for a decade, economists say.
Private sector staff are facing effective pay cuts "for years to come" despite better-than-expected GDP growth, new figures have shown.
Most people do not understand how a government change to the inflation-proofing of public sector pensions might affect them, a survey suggests.
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Nissan recalls 2.1 million vehicles worldwide because of an ignition problem, including nearly 84,000 K12 Micras built in the UK.
Plans to raise the state retirement pension to a flat rate of £140 are a breath of fresh air and should finally result in a much fairer and simpler pension system.
Higher rate taxpayers could face penalties if they fail to declare child benefit received by a partner.
Which? survey finds UK banks and building societies are offering savers meagre interest rates and failing to promote more suitable accounts.
Companies will be forced to enrol staff into private pension schemes from 2012 in a bid to make the UK save more.
Nationwide survey comes as member of Bank of England's rate-setting MPC warns spending cuts will hit economic growth
Air taxes are to rise by up to 55% on Monday, making some trips unaffordable, the travel industry has warned.