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Mortgage rates are tumbling for buyers with small deposits

Average two-year fixed rate  drops to just is 3.3%, Moneyfacts says

London house price plunge drags down national property market

Even last week, the usual talking heads in the property world were still commenting on the remarkable resilience of the market in the face of political and economic confusion.

How you can painlessly build up a ‘drizzly day fund’

If a six-month salary emergency fund sounds impossible then here are some ways to help ease you towards a smaller target...

Millions of Britons would dispute an inheritance

Family finances are being stymied by distrust

The financial plight of the sandwich generation

Millions risk poor health, employment problems and financial ruin to care for parents and children at the same time

How money can buy you happiness

... but not by simply spending it