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Brits to spend £2.1billion on Halloween

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There’s no doubt Halloween has been growing in popularity over the past few years, with 55 per cent of Brits planning to celebrate the occasion this weekend.

Too old to shop around?

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New data shows 71 is the age at which the vast majority of people “switch off” from shopping around for their motor and home insurer and their energy provider.

Women struggle more to save

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More than half of women cite ‘limited disposable income’ as a key reason for struggling to reach their financial goals.

Majority of young Brits happy living at home

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Most young people who still live with their parents are quite contented with their lot, new research from Experian suggests.

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1.2 million people switched current accounts

The Current Account Switch Service, which launched in October 2013, has seen 1,203,334 people changing their current account provider over the year.

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Nine in 10 Britons risk financial future by not having a lasting power of attorney

Just one in 10 Britons has a lasting power of attorney (LPA), leaving a vast proportion of the population vulnerable to financial and emotional hardship, according to new research from Saga Legal Services.

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