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How a pension deficit could be costing you £200 a year

Workers in companies with defined-benefits pension deficits are paid on average £200 a year less than those in firms without them, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
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Will pensioners lose the election for Theresa May?

It's a brave party that takes on the pensioner vote in the run-up to an election. Should Theresa May be worried, asks John Stepek.
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Brexit: what alternatives are there to passporting?

Financial passporting is one of the reasons behind London's success as a financial centre. Matthew Partridge looks at how the City will cope when it’s gone.
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Why we should pay for our own social care

Asking people to pay for their own social care – from their property assets if necessary – isn’t cruel or unfair, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
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