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UK Government urged to ban pension cold calls, as MPs warn people's savings are under threat from scammers.
Low wage growth and poor investment 'putting the UK economy in the danger zone', warns TUC.
More than 70,000 people are vulnerable to the financial pressures caused by living with cancer, say Macmillan.
Doorstep lenders are taking advantage of vulnerable people and putting them at risk of serious debt problems, warns Citizens Advice.
TUC says weak wage growth and higher inflation could leave even more families struggling with debt.
This is the social economic group the Government pledged to help in the recent Autumn Statement.
Calls to PayPlan's debt advice line drop before Christmas but then rocket by 37% in the new year.
Shocking research reveals 3.2 million households are in ‘problem debt’, while more than a million are in 'extreme problem debt'.
One in three adults would struggle to pay housing costs for longer than a month if they lost their job, research shows.
More than half of pensioners would have to make significant alterations to their lifestyles if not for the benefits system, according to new research.
Groups with low life expectancy should be able to 'get state pension early', say Age UK.
Real-terms wages in the UK fell by more than 10% between 2007 and 2015, the biggest fall among leading OECD countries.
New research provides valuable and unequivocal evidence on the causes of food poverty and who uses foodbanks.
Households on middle incomes receive 30% of income from benefits and tax credits, a rise on 20 years ago, report finds.
Baroness Ros Altmann quit because her efforts to improve pensions policy were thwarted by "short term political considerations".
Age UK and Carers UK call for fresh approach to support those juggling work and unpaid care.
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.
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.
Shadow work and pensions secretary Owen Smith says scheme fails to compensate for cuts made elsewhere.
The number of people who contacted Citizens Advice for help with pay and entitlements issues against employers rose by 4% to 67,000 in 2015.
Average gross earnings across the United Kingdom have plummeted by more than 13 per cent since 2008, according to a new report.
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