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Banks delay their help for savers

A week after the Bank of England raised its base rate by 0.25 of a percentage point, seven out of ten banks and building societies have still not told customers whether they will get more interest on their savings.
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Teach yourself to . . . list on the junior stock market

Listing on the stock market used to be the ultimate goal for many owners of small businesses. Build a company from scratch, prove its business model, then float on the public markets.
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A sale of the Irish Stock Exchange would prove a nice little earner — but it is not without risk

A sale of the Irish Stock Exchange would prove a nice little earner — but it is not without risk
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How to spot the signs that a bull market is ending

Can the good times continue to roll? Nobody knows for sure, but we explain why you should be on your guard
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Judicial retirement age ‘should be raised to 75’

Sir, Your report (Mar 30) correctly refers to the problem caused by judges being required to retire at 70, creating a “recruitment crisis”.
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No house, no pension?

As we increasingly have to rely on equity in our properties to pay for care in retirement, renters look set to fall further behind home-owners in terms of welfare
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Myths and mortgages

Cian Molloy asks financial advisers to bust misconceptions that surround applying for home loans
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IMF spells out dangers of increasing household debt

A sharp increase in household debt can boost growth in the short term but risks jobs, prosperity and financial stability in the medium term, the International Monetary Fund has warned.
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When push comes to shove, it’s time to shift those debts

Mortgage and credit card bills may feel like an immovable object but planning and determination will help cut them back down to size, writes Linda Daly
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Don’t bet your house on the budget delivering a modern building boom

We are in a world of change. Once we waited for chancellors to emerge, bleary-eyed, from weeks of purdah and hand down their budget secrets from the dispatch box like tablets of stone.
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