News According to research, there is a strong link between financial issues and low mental well-being in people over 50

High levels of personal debt in Britain could be creating a health time bomb, according to research showing a strong link between financial problems and low mental well-being in older people.

Self-employed face greater risk of bankruptcy

Singer and former EastEnders star Martine McCutcheon was this week declared bankrupt. The 36-year-old filed for insolvency at Kingston upon Thames County Court after being unable to meet debts of £187,000.

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Manchester United set for bumper financial season following huge commercial revenue rise

Predicted revenues rise amid Champions League run and sponsorship deals

Print decline hits Future revenues

Moving towards digital formats wasn't enough to stop Future, the publisher of Total Film magazine and the TechRadar website, posting a 3 per cent decline in revenues since October.

£100 fine for a late return even if no tax due

Taxpayers who fail to file their tax returns by next Thursday will be hit by hefty fines, even if they don't owe any money.

Flybe axes 300 jobs to slash costs

Around 300 jobs are to be axed at regional airline Flybe as it battles to slash costs by £35 million to stem losses.

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Champions League failure proves costly for Tottenham Hotspur

London club announce loss for last season

Rate-appeals backlog 'sending shops to wall'

Retailers and their advisers have called for urgent action to deal with a huge backlog of business rate appeals, warning that delays in refunding struggling shops could put them out of business.

Kevin Dunham submitted fraudulent claims from prison

US prisoners filed more than 173,000 fraudulent tax returns in 2012, claiming $1.1 billion in rebates

Ruse detected by the IRS, which blocked a total of $2.1bn in fraudulent refunds in 2012

Man who fled UK after fraud jailed in absence

One of the two Luqman brothers being hunted in Pakistan for defrauding Barclays Bank out of £100m has been jailed for seven-and-a-half years in his absence.

Stobart warns of a slowdown

The lorries and logistics group Stobart has warned its operating performance will miss expectations this year, blaming the "uncertain economic environment".

Traders' email messages give frauds away, study shows

Rogue traders capable of losing banks and other financial institutions billions in illegal or unauthorised transactions could be caught before their losses soar too high by analysing their email exchanges with colleagues, new research has found.

M&As nosedive since economic crisis

The value of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deals completed in the UK has fallen by two-thirds since the start of the financial crisis, it has emerged.

Rainy November casts gloom on high street

The foul weather in late November decimated footfall across the high street, reinforcing the view that shoppers will leave their festive spending to the last minute this year.

Five-F success for Marston's

Brewer Marston's five-F plan, focusing on food, families, females and forty/fiftysomethings, is paying off with another strong rise in annual profits.

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