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Five decades that changed personal finance for ever: When Money Mail began, wages were paid in cash on Fridays and tax was 95%
When the Daily Mail was dropped through Britain's letter boxes on Wednesday September 28, 1966, it contains a new feature called Money Mail.
50 Brilliant tips to save you a fortune! Park on a stranger’s driveway. Never go into a pound shop. And haggle over absolutely everything
Money Mail was launched 50 years ago today to help families make their cash work harder. To celebrate we've compiled 50 of our favourite tips and tricks to help you save.
The World Trade Organisation said it expects trade to increase by just 1.7 per cent this year – well below the 2.8 per cent it predicted in April and the weakest performance since 2009.
The online fashion retailer, which is aimed at 16-24 year olds, saw festival and holiday clothing fly off the shelves and it has had a solid start to its menswear site BoohooMan.
The takeaway delivery firm that allows diners to order restaurant food through a mobile app has launched a corporate service. This will allow workers to have it delivered to their offices.
Alex Hope, 27, was originally sentenced to seven years in prison for defrauding investors who believed he was trading £5.5m of their money on the financial markets.
What cheek. Though Poor Dave must be hoping he lands a cushy job soon. An ex-crony tells me tax-avoiding pop star Bono has been hassling him about his latest save-the-planet wheeze.
Brexit has acted as the catalyst for major US banks to carry out 'radical surgery' on UK operations, including cost cutting and shifting hiring plans from London to rival cities, DHR International said.
The 40,855 ton Hanjin Louisiana container ship has been anchored 40 miles off the coast of Singapore in international waters, an area rife with pirates.
ALEX BRUMMER: It's hard to think that a Trump win could be anything but disruptive for financial markets
As one of the bleary eyed who watched Trump versus Clinton live one could was impressed by Hillary's calm demeanour and knowledge against Trump's bombastic fidgety answers and interruptions.
Savers have been stampeding to cash in their gold-plated pensions under new rules which allow customers to take their retirement pot as a lump sum.
MARKET REPORT: Time Out plan for street markets in US disappoints as listings magazine's owner records operating loss of £7.3m in six months
The AIM-listed firm behind the renowned listings magazine recorded an operating loss of £7.3m in the six months to June 30. Revenue increased by 12 per cent to £15.1m.
Unlike most credit cards, which charge an extra fee for spending in shops and withdrawing cash, the new Platinum travel card has no fee until the end of August 2018.
The Government has launched a major crackdown on online criminals that impersonate official email addresses to lure savers into handing over financial information.
We could never have held to account such giant firms as Barclays, HSBC and Lloyds without brave whistleblowers giving us the scoop on the wrongdoing they had witnessed.
Can you trust a firm that says it can get rid of your timeshare — for a price? These families did — and lived to regret it
Over the years, the timeshare deal Christine and William Tight signed in the late Nineties as a way of getting cheap family holidays around the world had become a millstone.
Over the years Money Mail has fought the fraudsters, highlighted dodgy dealings and government incompetence and exposed all manner of scandal and rip-off.
From the moment I became Money Mail editor, I became a tyrant of scrimping and saving. I despise waste, and I hate the profits that many firms make out of our apathy.
Bond rates down 1.2% on last year with offerings from Melton Mowbray, Principality and Aldermore among the top deals
Monthly income seekers have suffered as they look to make their savings boost their pension. Three years is a long time to tie up your money for very little extra income, when rates are at a historic low.
ASK TONY: Mystery of the lost £80k in shares as Santander blames a 'systems error' for losing retired couple's savings
I'm a financial adviser, whose clients — a retired couple — have suffered extremely poor service from Santander. In early 2016, the wife held about £160,000 of shares in a Santander unit trust.
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