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Royal Dutch Shell is planning to slash its spending by $15bn over the next three years, following a collapse in the oil price.
Members of parliament are set to receive a pay rise of more than £6,000 from 2015, though other allowances will be scaled back, the MPs expenses watchdog is set to recommend on Thursday.
Employed advisers' total earnings fell to £62,838 last year, from just over £66,000 in 2011, according to research, though this pay level was still higher than for self-employed advisers.
Fiona Murphy asks what could happen if the auto-enrolment earnings trigger is raised?
Working parents with two children need to bring in a combined annual income of almost £37,000 to continue to live to an ‘acceptable' standard, new research suggests.
The number of unemployed people increased by 220,000 over Q2 to reach 2.43 million, its highest level since 1995, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Axa has seen its share price fall by 14% today after Standard & Poor's cut its rating for the insurer.
Everyone agrees pensions reform should produce a system that's fair for everyone. But what is fair? And could the reforms unintentionally lead to some unfair outcomes?
Government emphasis on increasing long-term savings has taken another blow with publication of a new survey by the British Medical Association suggesting the average level of final-year student debt is now in excess of £20,000 for those on five-year courses....