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Midwives in the UK get paid on average

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Midwives in the UK get paid on average £29,248: so where does your salary fit into the national league table? Check our table of HMRC pay figures for Britain's best - and worst - paid jobs.

For many buy-to-let looks an attractive

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For many buy-to-let looks an attractive income investment in a time of low rates and stock market volatility. Read our top ten buy-to-let tips

This is Money's top 50 – updated –

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This is Money's top 50 – updated – money-saving tips may appear light-hearted but are deadly serious.

Small banks have the top fixed-rate savings accounts

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Savers willing to tie up their money for one or two years can earn top deals with smaller banks. Shawbrook has raised the rate on its one-year fixed-rate bond.

Schroder Recovery: Fund hunts for bad news so it can invest in the bounce back

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Schroder Recovery finds companies that have suffered a setback so their share price looks cheap - and then invests in those it thinks can bounce back.

What money tips would you get if you won £1m?

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Many dream how they would spend a £1m prize, but only a few live out their fantasy. Robin Melley of Matrix Capital reveals his top 10 tips for Premium Bond winners.

Thought Pasty Tax was bad? The Isle of Man gives you...the Toilet Tax!

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Residents in the Isle of Man now have to pay a £50 sewerage tax, rising to £100 next year. This is Money has taken a look at other deeply unpopular taxes.

Energy giants have pocketed £75m of your green tax cuts

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All of the big six firms will save money this year after the Government slashed network charges and the cost of implementing green schemes.

JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Don't fall for the Co-op bank's bribe

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Despite its parlous financial state the bank continues to offer a ‘bribe’ of £100 to anyone thinking of jettisoning their existing bank in favour of the Co-op.

Banks cut rates on cash Isa deals just weeks into the new tax year

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Banks are making chops to Isa deals at the start of the new tax year. Some of the big High Street names have led the rate-cutting and others are bound to follow.

The Heartbleed bug poses the biggest threat to bank security by allowing hackers to snatch credit card details online

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The Heartbleed bug has been dubbed the biggest internet security threat the world has ever seen. It allows hackers to steal valuable data, such as passwords.

Banks crack down on reckless lending with three-hour interviews

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Everyone who wants to get a mortgage will now have to go through onerous and intrusive checks to prove they can afford to repay what they borrow.

FTSE LIVE: Footsie ticks higher after China data provides some reassurance; ex-divs constrain

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Ex-dividend factors cut around 9 points from the index’s advance, with stocks including Antofagasta and BG Group trading without entitlement to the latest payout.

JAMES CONEY: The new stringent mortgage rules prove to be a hard test to pass

8 min 47 sec ago
Officially starting on Saturday, though many banks and building societies have already implemented them, the rules are onerous, time-consuming and detailed.

ASK TONY: My bag went up in smoke - but I can't claim on insurance

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Last August, the coach in which I was travelling caught fire. I saw smoke billowing out of the front so immediately got off, leaving behind my bag.

Thinking of investing in a fund? You might not get the returns you hope for as a fat slice of your profit could be eaten by fees

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Despite new rules that are supposed to make it clearer what you pay to invest, our research reveals that layer after layer of fees still eat into investors' profits.

Small banks offer some of the best deals on variable rate accounts for savers willing to tie up their cash for one or two years

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Savers willing to tie up their money for one or two years can earn top deals with smaller banks. Shawbrook has raised the rate on its one-year fixed-rate bond.

QinetiQ to hand back £150m to investors

24 min 48 sec ago
The British defence group is selling the business to private US defence firm The SI Organization for $215million (£128million).

Barclays boss Antony Jenkins under fire for bonus culture

27 min 25 sec ago
The Institute of Directors has accused Barclays of not acting in the interests of shareholders after hiking its bonus pool by 10 per cent to £2.4billion.

Schroder Recovery: The fund that buys shares in UK firms that look set to bounce back from bad news

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It finds companies that have suffered a setback so their share price looks cheap.