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Seven things you need to know about investing for children - Telegraph.co.uk

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AJ Bell makes play for pensioners with fee overhaul - Citywire.co.uk

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Mortgage lending drop 'points to more subdued property market' - AOL Money UK

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Money makeover: "I want to ensure I'm saving efficiently for retirement" - Moneywise Magazine

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The investment trick that boosts returns while cutting risk - Telegraph.co.uk

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How Facebook can affect your credit score - Financial Times

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Children Do Pay Tax On Their Income And Savings - iExpats.com

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