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FCA responds to risks of savers getting trapped in illiquid vehicles
Over-50s more likely to lose jobs as crisis drags on
Companies preparing to restore payouts after pandemic cuts
Savers should not to let emotions cloud their judgments as they digest conflicting information
Despite the IPO debacle, retail investors should not ignore future listings
Merryn Somerset Webb’s column prompts conflicting responses
Look at the changes in personal taxes, pensions, investment and property — and consider your options
Retailers welcome the move, but critics warn of risks of increased card fraud
Investors should focus as much on recovery opportunities as on possible tax changes
Despite its sometimes sclerotic image, the region has youthful drive, especially in green industries
Renewal premiums top the complaints prompted by James Max’s column
Japan’s economy may be stagnant but some dynamic companies can still reward patient investors
Taking new role at Netwealth, Edward Bonham Carter says pandemic has prompted savers to reassess their finances
Safety in numbers is not always the best approach
Is there too much optimism around the stock market?
The better-off have seen savings soar, but poor households are often struggling with debt
FT Money’s experts pick out promising trends and causes for concern
The rich can mitigate the effects of a crisis but cannot escape them entirely. If household assets do not stand on firm economic foundations they will crumble
Generational shift means growing opportunities for wealth managers and scions like Weiling Chua
Cyclists need to protect themselves better against theft and potential legal claims
Could there be an upside to the lack of confidence affecting share values?
Why are the heads of family businesses so reluctant to hand over the reins?
From financial services to entertainment, tech-based companies have made huge gains in market share
Collective wealth rose to $10.2tn following the summer markets rally
Government-backed provider to slash return on income bonds to 0.01 per cent from November