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Julian Knight

Julian Knight is the Money and Property editor for the Independent on Sunday and interim Economics Correspondent, previously he was the personal finance reporter for BBC News and has published seven books.

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Long road ahead: A surge in car sales appears to have been driven, in part, by payouts on PPI claims. When these stop, will the brakes be applied?

Julian Knight: Join our campaign to stop the fleecing of leaseholders

Greedy managing agents have been charging too much for too long for routine repairs

The New Year is here, after the traditional blaze of fireworks ... so resolve to get your finances in good shape

Julian Knight: My resolutions to ensure a more wealthy new year

When it comes to savings, being disloyal is good, but the same isn't true for the stock market

The easily understandable investment option is also creating thousands of jobs in the financial sector

Julian Knight: Maybe the Treasury is finally cottoning on to value of ISAs

The funds keeping the UK savings culture afloat can also repair a lot of personal finance woes

Julian Knight: Money Advice Service needs to find new ways to reach people

The MAS must find more interesting ways to draw people in
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has said he will increase rates when unemployment falls below 7 per cent

Remortgage now, ahead of the rate rises

When it comes to home loans the only way is up, so don't delay if you're looking for a better deal

Lloyds Bank was handed a £28m fine – the largest ever imposed on a British bank – for failings in its incentives structure for sales people

Julian Knight: The wrong advice is bad enough. No advice is worse

Imagine being so desperate to keep your job that you will sell yourself, your wife and a colleague an insurance policy or investment just so you can hit your monthly sales target.

Julian Knight: The wrong advice is bad enough. No advice is worse

Imagine being so desperate to keep your job that you will sell yourself, your wife and a colleague an insurance policy or investment just so you can hit your monthly sales target.

Remortgage now, ahead of the rate rises

When it comes to home loans the only way is up, so don't delay if you're looking for a better deal

Market Report: FTSE tips back into red

The FTSE was in a holding pattern most of the day, but in late trading just tipped back into the red, down 5.29 to 6,439.96.

It had been hoped that George Osborne would equalise the investment limits for cash and equity ISAs

Hopes of savers fall with the Autumn speech

The Chancellor's Statement has been criticised for its missed opportunities, says Julian Knight

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