Annie Shaw

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    Annie Shaw is an experienced personal finance journalist and money expert. During her career she has been the editor of the Sunday Telegraph's property section, a staff money journalist for The Times and for several years was a financial ‘agony aunt’ for the Independent on Sunday and subsequently for the Daily Express. In 2008 Annie co-authored the book ‘100 Ways to Beat the Credit Crunch’ and for more than four years she was also the resident money expert on BBC London 94.9's Breakfast Show. Annie helps consumers to make more of their money and is currently a freelance personal finance writer for a range of national newspapers. She is a frequent expert guest on personal finance issues for radio and television news and writes the regular Money Clinic column for Saga magazine.

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    Financial advisers under scrutiny

    Money advice costs can be complicated and varied, consumer groups say, as the government opens a review into the sector.

    Bank lending 'to rise this year'

    Bank lending to businesses is expected to rise this year for the first time since 2008, according to the EY Item Club.

    Government may begin RBS sale

    The Treasury could begin the process of selling part of the government's stake in Royal Bank of Scotland from Monday, according to BBC sources.

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