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Don't miss the great savings pension train as millions are being left behind in the Government's...

Auto-enrolment, the Government’s flagship pension programme, has prompted more than 8.5 million people to start saving for old age. Since it was launched nearly five years ago, less than 10 per cent of those eligible have opted out of the scheme. But it

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Clydesdale faces £1bn claim over loan scandal - small firms begin group action against the bank for...

Small businesses that say they were mis-sold loans by Clydesdale Bank are preparing to sue the lender for up to £1 billion. Firms that took out so-called Tailored Business Loans on fixed rates are about to launch a group action through legal claims firm

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What a catch! Steins Cornish restaurants earns £240k dividend last year

It was a family affair as chef Rick Stein, his business partner and ex-wife Jill and their three sons shared a £240,000 dividend last year. The payout, up from £150,000 the year before, reflects how far Stein’s fiefdom has grown since he and Jill opened

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Aldi keeps on growing as DOUBLES its takings in just four years... soars to £8BILLION

Sales at German discounter Aldi have soared past £8 billion for the first time after more than doubling in size in four years, the company is expected to reveal this week. The chain, which is due to publish its 2016 financial data as soon as tomorrow, in

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TONY HETHERINGTON: Uniform tax firm's dirty tricks comes out in the wash

Tony Hetherington is Financial Mail on Sunday's ace investigator, fighting readers corners, revealing the truth that lies behind closed doors and winning victories for those who have been left out-of-pocket. Find out how to contact him below. S.W. writes

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JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Is the customer always right? Only if you believe that miracles happen in financial services

Stellar customer service should be a goal all businesses strive to deliver. Treat a customer well and they are more likely to come back again. Simple business economics. Good for both customer and the business. Perfect harmony and all that. Sadly, the ar

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Conjure up a magic mortgage by 2% or less as interest rate rises loom... our steps show you how

Two per cent. That is the magic number all mortgage borrowers are urged to beat this autumn after Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said a series of ‘gradual’ interest rate rises could begin in the coming months.  After Carney’s comments, financial ex

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Meter madness: Dumb gets even dumber as 'smart' device must be replaced when you swap supplier

So-called ‘smart’ energy meters designed to help households save money are making it harder for people to switch to cheaper deals. The meters are not always compatible between energy suppliers. It means that if you switch gas or electricity provider you

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The business students: From Lego movies to ice cream, meet the entrepreneurs who are earning AND learning...

As freshers are introduced to the joys of being a student, the biggest fear hanging over them is unlikely to be academic under performance, making friends, overindulging or even learning how to do their own washing. Instead, students are increasingly wor

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INCOME GENERATOR: This 'steady Eddie' has the wind in his sails as fund keeps delivering

If a nickname were given to Vincent McEntegart, manager of Kames Diversified Monthly Income, it would be ‘steady Eddie’. For steady McEntegart, who is in his 50s, is not your typical testosterone-fuelled manager in search of returns that will stand his f

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Weak sterling gives boost to Rocco Forte luxury hotels as turnover accelerates

Currency fluctuations boosted business at Sir Rocco Forte’s luxury hotel chain last year as the company continued to expand across Europe and Asia. Rocco Forte Hotels – founded by the hotelier and his sister Olga Polizzi in 1996 – saw turnover grow from

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Lord Lawson: 'Take legal action against the auditors if bank fails' says former Chancellor

Aggrieved shareholders in collapsed banks should take legal action against the auditors, Lord Lawson said this weekend. ‘I think it is deplorable that there has not been any litigation,’ the former Chancellor told Financial Mail. He singled out the audit

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MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Finsbury Foods prove you can have your cake and eat it... while Dairy Crest is...

The latest series of The Great British Bake Off is well under way but millions of people still just want to buy cakes and treats rather than spend hours in the kitchen making their own. Finsbury Foods caters for those consumers. The company makes celebra

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MIDAS SHARE TIPS: As banks retreat the time is ripe for alternative lender 1pm

Banks used to be considered the go-to destination for companies looking to borrow money. Not any more. Today, fewer of the five million small businesses in this country apply to their banks for cash. Large companies are still important customers for high

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Return of dividend payment to net Tesco chief executive a fruitful £860,000

Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis is in line for an £860,000 windfall if the retail giant reintroduces its dividend payment next month. City analysts told The Mail on Sunday they expect a payment of 1p a share. This will offer reassurance to investors, wh

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