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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

How to manage money when someone dies

More than 570,000 people pass away every year but high street banks are still being fined millions for failing the dead

Three-quarters of Britons worried about finances, survey claims

'For those that are already living payday to payday, the idea of something unexpected happening can be a large source of stress'

Budget 2018: What it means for your wallet

"Strivers, grafters and carers", this one is for you. Apparently

Budget 2018: the expert wish list

Tomorrow’s critical statement on the state of the nation’s finances couldn’t have come at a trickier time. But those on the ground have clear ideas of what needs to happen to weather Brexit’s fiscal storm