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RUTH SUNDERLAND: Keep calm in slumps

The first thing any expert will tell a novice stock market investor is that buying shares is for the long term. Private savers should have their eyes on values in five or 10 years’ time, not the day to day fluctuations of the FTSE 100, which are dictated by the hair-trigger mentality of traders.

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The deals that WILL pass on a rise when the base rate goes up

Savers are being enticed to put their money into a handful of deals that promise to pay more when the Bank of England base rate goes up. Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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I am a buy-to-let investor. Will I pay less tax if I set up a company?

As a small buy-to-let investor would I be better off after the Budget changes setting up a company for the rental income from the properties?

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Woodford lags the top money makers

He is almost certainly the most well-known fund manager in Britain, adored by legions of followers who have enjoyed bumper investment returns on the back of his stock-picking prowess.