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The number of complaints made to banks fell in the first half of this year, largely due to a fall in the number of new PPI claims.

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The payday lender renames part of its business Everline: is the Wonga brand contaminated?

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The elderly and those on low incomes will suffer if the UK's biggest banks go ahead with a new round of closures to the UK's already dwindling community branch network.

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Can't save money for toffee? The way your language makes you think about the future could be to blame.

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Changes to the law and increasing rates are making income drawdown more and more attractive to investors.

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Time is running out for payday lenders to clean up their act, the new regulator has warned.

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Disabled people are increasingly coming under financial pressure, disability charity Scope says.

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Councils increasingly opposed to 'handouts' are offering... more handouts, researchers say.

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Free banking in the UK is under threat from reforms of interchange fees, a new report argues.

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We need to get serious about saving for care in later life, a leading think tank argues.

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