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One in four Brits don’t trust banks with their money

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A quarter of Brits do not trust banks with their money and 34 per cent have little or no idea about how banks invest their savings, according to new research from social investment network eToro.

Consumer uncertainty in pensions revealed

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As pension reforms pass through Parliament, Which? reveals how people are currently feeling about their retirement income.

Household discretionary spending heats up

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The three-month period to June saw the largest rise in non-essential household spending since before the financial crisis, new analysis shows.

Scams top nation’s financial fears

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New research conducted on behalf of mortgage and loans provider Ocean Finance has revealed the country’s top financial fears.

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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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