The Post Office and Yorkshire, Chelsea and Barnsley Building Societies have both put forward savings solutions to help you fight the sharp rise inflation with the launch of two new savings products but Which? warns consumers to take closer look.
With Centrica, owners of British Gas, announcing profits of over £2 billion, and British Gas profits up by 24%, consumers may be left wondering why their energy bills continue to rise.
Which? reveals the 11 best money products that you cannot live without - from bank accounts to wills.
The FSA is proposing to restrict when firms can impose a market value reduction (MVR) on with-profits funds, in a consultation aimed at tightening rules to better protect policyholders.
If you think you may be due a refund, our Q&A will help explain what Halifax is doing.
The housing market stayed sluggish at the start of 2011, according to lenders, but growing numbers of people are remortgaging to make sure they do not get caught out by a rise in interest rates.
Basic-rate tax payers who are made redundant could be forced to pay up to 50% tax on part of their payouts and then face a wait to claim it back.
A new ballot of cabin crew at British Airways is to be held in their long-running dispute with management.
Expert advice on using the internet to help you buy a home
Lloyds Banking Group, the UK's largest bank, says its customer complaints rose by 14% in the second half of last year.
Rail users are paying higher fares than they need to because of poor training for station and National Rail Enquiries staff, says Which?
Meteor Asset Management may face legal action from a group of eight investors who lost money in structured products backed by Lehman Brothers.
Monetary Policy Committee member Spencer Dale has joined Andrew Sentance and Martin Weale in calling for a rise in interest rates.
Tuition fee rises drive up expense of university years as parents feeling the pinch.
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