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Over three million taxpayers yet to file their return have just days to avoid a penalty for late submission
Inflation edged closer towards 4% in December as the rising cost of food and oil products continued to hit the price of goods and services.
Lenders are expecting a surge in demand for fixed-rate mortgages after inflation rose by the fastest rate on record last month.
Concerns about overheating in China mounted after the economy grew faster than expected at the end of last year, and Guangdong province raised its minimum wage for the second time in under a year.
Pensioners will be a further £240 a year worse off in light of benefit cuts and the VAT increase.
Elderly people are paying significantly different charges for home care depending on where they live, according to new research.
Barclays is told to pay millions of pounds in compensation after giving people poor advice about investing their retirement savings.
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Thames Water starts a six-week amnesty asking people who use water but do not pay bills to come forward or face backdated charges.
Global oil prices 'could hit $200 a barrel', warns investment guru Jim Rogers.
Investment advisers must hold accreditation in order to operate in the UK from the start of 2013, the City watchdog says.
Virtually every household in the UK has been affected by the rise in inflation, so how can households cope?
Insurer Aviva's Family Finances Report reveals a third of families in the UK have no savings, 67% have unsecured debts, while 93% do not feel sufficiently protected.
UK unemployment rose by 49,000 to almost 2.5 million in the three months to the end of November, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has said.
The base rate of interest has been kept on hold for a 22nd consecutive month by the Bank Of England's Monetary Policy Committee.