Bolton-born Vernon Kay, 45, is a television and radio presenter and former model. From 1998, he co-hosted T4, Channel 4’s youth strand, alongside June Sarpong, Dermot O’Leary and Margherita Taylor. He
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St James's Place cancels cruise for financial advisers weeks before it sets sail following storm over perks
Controversial overseas trips and cruises handed to financial advisers as rewards for attracting new business are to be scrapped by St James’s Place with immediate effect. Last week Telegraph Money disclosed
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Consumers with holidays booked through ailing travel agent Thomas Cook have been hit with further bad news after lenders demanded an extra £200m from the firm. The 178-year-old company is in the process
We have become obsessed of late with protecting the planet from the ruinous plague of plastic. But there is another plastic revolution quietly sweeping the nation. Last year, for the first time, Britons
Cash has become the least popular major payment method for the first time, figures from the British Retail Consortium show. The use of physical money has fallen behind both debit and credit cards as the
Holidaymakers are being misled and pressured into spending money by travel website Booking.com despite regulators' attempts to crack down on such tactics, a watchdog has warned. An investigation by consumer
Moral Money: 'My friend's football ticket from the ballot was more expensive – should we split the cost?'
Three friends and I have been planning a round-Europe trip to watch some matches at the European Football Championships next summer. We had to apply for tickets and were very successful, nabbing matches
Very little riles up the nation's outrage so much as tax avoidance – a procedure that is entirely legal yet widely considered to be ethically wrong. Celebrities who have been caught using tax avoidance
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Students are heading off to university this month with cash in their pockets from their loans, but even those whose undergraduate days are far behind them still have to think about their student debt.
Forget Charles Dickens' depictions of ragged paupers in East End slums. Today debt lurks everywhere: from trendy Clapham brunch cafes to swanky student accommodation. Middle-class young people in particular
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Dragon Sara Davies: ‘I don't know what the other Dragons are paid. It’s not the sort of subject you bring up over lunch'
Sara Davies is the founder and owner of Crafter’s Companion, a global retail business specialising in craft tools. At 35, she is the newest and youngest Dragon to appear on the BBC show, Dragons’ Den.
Dear Richard Madeley: 'My local pub doesn't take cash – must I be cast adrift in a cash-free future?'
I recently bought a round of drinks at a perfectly normal pub. When I made to pay, I was told: “Sorry, we don’t take cash.” As it happens I did have my bank card with me, but what about those who don’t
Children should be taught about financial issues such as debt and interest rates at primary school and progress measured with a formal exam, a group of experts has said, five years after personal finance
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Parents with children at private schools are likely to see their fee bills soaring if Jeremy Corbyn comes to power. The Labour leader is planning a £1.6bn tax raid on private schools, The Daily Telegraph
All’s fair in love and war – but what about money? Three years ago I bought a flat. I’d figured out my budget, scoured the market, viewed dozens of places and finally settled on a charming little shoebox
You want to shield your children from leaving university saddled with debt. But what’s the best way of helping them out? The average graduate now leaves university with more than £50,000 to repay, according
Funding retirement is a difficult task unless one is lucky enough to have a gold-plated defined benefit pension. For most of us, it will be a hodgepodge of workplace pensions, our own Isas and self-invested
Consumers are often advised to shop around to get the best deals, but picking the right time of the year greatly boosts the chances of a bargain. Knowing this financial calendar can help save customers
Most people will collect several pension pots over their working life – particularly since the introduction of auto-enrolment has meant all workplaces must save into a pension for their workers. Each a
The “controlling and manipulative” son of a former nurse has "pointlessly" eroded his inheritance to next to nothing in a failed three-year legal battle with his siblings to challenge his mother’s will