UK Government urged to ban pension cold calls, as MPs warn people's savings are under threat from scammers.
'National Living Wage' expected to fall short of the £9.10 an hour by 2021, promised by George Osborne.
Resolution Foundation says Brits face the "longest period of continuous falls in disposable incomes in over 60 years".
Rise in personal tax allowance benefits higher ratepayers by £340 a year with basic rate band £70 better off and universal credit recipients better by just 50p per week.
Research reveals the financial difficulties faced by older people struggling to keep their homes warm as winter approaches.
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The incomes of 19 million people fall below what the public believe is needed for a decent standard of living, research shows.
Labour reiterates its manifesto pledge to reduce household bills by renationalising utility companies and Royal Mail.
Young British workers face a 'monumental savings challenge' if they are to enjoy the same retirement income as current retirees.
IFS report says Philip Hammond needs to find an additional £34bn from spending cuts and tax rises to meet the Government's fiscal targets.
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One in eight people using new pension freedoms have being caught out by unexpected taxes and cuts to benefits, says Citizens Advice.
Shocking research reveals 3.2 million households are in ‘problem debt’, while more than a million are in 'extreme problem debt'.
Citizens Advice warns people who dip into their pension pot now may later discover they cannot afford future care costs.
More than 770,000 over-55s have taken an average of £11,000 each out of their pots, raising concern many may run out of cash.
Real-terms wages in the UK fell by more than 10% between 2007 and 2015, the biggest fall among leading OECD countries.
Households on middle incomes receive 30% of income from benefits and tax credits, a rise on 20 years ago, report finds.
Mobile app could be used to track benefit claimants spending habits, as opponents express data privacy concerns.
Uncertainty caused by Brexit vote means ‘national living wage’ will rise more slowly, according to the Resolution Foundation.
Citizens Advice report highlights how some councils add extra charges to a debt, send in bailiffs and take court action before trying to arrange repayment plans.
The UK's poorest regions are set to lose almost £9bn in crucial EU grants after Brexit, leading think tank warns.
In this precarious environment of work and welfare, universal income could guarantee a basic standard of living previously promised by both.
45% of Brits willing to lend £500 to a family member despite almost half stating they have lent money previously that they didn't get back.