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Left out of pocket by the Tax-Free Childcare website problems? Here's how to claim

If you've been left out of pocket due to technical problems applying for Tax-Free Childcare, you can claim compensation

Yahoo pulls 'Martin Lewis' ad – after it appears next to story about fake Martin Lewis ads

A 'Martin Lewis tax-free loophole' ad has appeared alongside a news story about scam sites misusing Martin Lewis's name

Treasury Committee chair demands answers on Childcare Service website

Nicky Morgan MP has written to HMRC to demand answers on the performance of the troubled Childcare Service website

Almost 1,000 official complaints lodged about Government childcare website

Almost 1,000 official complaints have been made about the Government's Childcare Service website in just three months

Retirement age hike has left women hundreds of pounds worse off

More than one million women whose retirement was delayed by state pension changes have lost out on an average £32 a week

Want a special edition 'Buy and Keep' film from Sky? Your DVD may not have all the bells and whistles

If you're about to buy a special edition film from the Sky Store, don't expect the DVD version to be all-singing

Millions face waiting an extra year for their state pension

Millions of workers in their early-40s face having to wait an extra year to collect their state pension

£1,000 tax breaks dropped by Government will be back in new finance bill

Two tax breaks for online sellers and room renters worth £1,000 a year each are set to be introduced after the summer

Scotland aims to defeat 'period poverty' with free sanitary products trial

A scheme to give free sanitary products to women on low incomes has been launched in Scotland

Guest Comment: WASPI campaign responds to Pensions Minister's advice to take up apprenticeships

Jane Cowley, a WASPI director, reacts to the Pensions Minister's advice for WASPI women to become apprentices

New service to opt out of charity cold-calling – how to sign up

The Fundraising Preference Service launches on 6 July 2017 – find out how to opt out of charity cold-calling

Over a million searches have been made on free online pensions tracing service

Over one million searches have been made on the Government's online pensions tracing service since its launch last year

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