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Insurance against identity theft was systematically mis-sold, FSA finds. Consumers are demanding compensation from the firm.

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Low income households seem particularly unlikely to take up Junior ISAs, the new tax free savings and investment product for children.

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Undischarged bankrupts have few banking options left as the Co-operative Bank withdraws support from a basic account market fighting with itself.

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Debt advice sector feels the strain as anxiety, phobia and depression result from serious problems with borrowing.

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Squeezed budgets are hitting those planning to have children and those who have already started a family are finding it hard too.

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It might be summer and time for the beach and ice creams but it's not too early to think about Christmas.

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The lottery has turned a clutch of Britons into millionaires this year. Why are they so fascinating?

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Risk taking with finances increases among those that actively participate in an online community, a study finds.

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Personal finance writers have long advocated a debt snowball that's totally illogical from a financial perspective. Now research shows they were right.

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We're always been told that students have trouble managing their money but after graduation the choices are just as tough.

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