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Could property be a better investment for retirement than pensions?
Why the benefits of switching are only felt if you do it every 12 months.
Louise Cooper asks how today's students combine work and study.
Dire time for savers. Bank error in your favour. Who is to blame when a SIPP goes wrong?
2016 has been a hazardous year for UK tourists. What are your rights if things go wrong?
Calls for new protections for renters to stop excessive fees.
Summer stress - avoiding childcare chaos this holiday.
The water margin. The Bank of England holds base rates. And: the taxman's bumper Wimbledon
How to get a good deal from a university education.
The future for commercial property investment, Ex-pats' pensions pounded, Fund charges.
With £13bn unclaimed in benefits, is the UK's welfare benefit system too complex?
Pensions minister Ros Altmann talks about pension prospects post-Brexit.
What will Brexit mean for your personal finances? Paul Lewis answers listeners' questions.
How might the UK vote to leave the EU affect people's finances?
Ruth Alexander examines financial abuse and the possible options for people affected by it
When is best to buy foreign currency, Vodaphone blues and just what is a private divorce?
Adam Shaw and guests explore the modern British workplace.
A new energy-switching pledge, workers paying to get paid and expat pensions.
Financial phone-in. Why don't house prices fall if they are unaffordable for many people?
Why some umbrella company contractors are paying double national insurance contributions.
How to fund a degree without taking out a student loan.
Will proposals to change the British Steel pension affect other defined benefit pensions?
Paul Lewis and a panel of guests explore the complexity of the new state pension.
All that glisters. But should you invest in it? Plus making banks treat customers better.
Share your tales of The Bank of Mum and Dad.
The Cornish seaside town of St Ives intends to restrict second-home ownership.
Paul Lewis investigates the benefits and risks of what is known as the sharing economy.
Is the 100% mortgage back? Plus NS&I investment choices, and firms urged to act over scams
Can the growing cost of social care be met, or do we need to change our expectations?
Paul Lewis examines the Pension Protection Fund, which is in line to rescue BHS's scheme.