We’ve trawled the news and highlighted the headlines that could affect your finances. Click on a headline to be taken to the full story.
Two-fifths of UK consumers have set no money-related resolutions for 2011. Of these 21 million people, an estimated 8 million admit they are not happy with their current financial situation. Two million believe their finances will sort themselves out.
More than one in five people retiring this year will still have debts according to the Prudential Class of 2011 study.
Bank of England governer Mervyn King has said the UK will experience a drop in living standards the scale of which has not been seen since the 1920s.
It was announced this week that the UK economy contracted by 0.5% during the last 3 months of 2010. This came as a shock to analysts who had expected the economy (measured by GDP) to show modest growth of between 0.2% and 0.6% over the period. But there could be a silver lining for mortgage borrowers.
Earlier this week Barclays announced plans to stop offering financial advice through its retail branches.
HMRC is creating new figures to calculate drawdown limits which could reduce pensioner incomes, experts warn.
Bank of England policymaker Martin Weale joined Andrew Sentance in voting for an interest rate rise earlier this month.
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Economic recovery will be "unevenly spread" across the country with some cities needing extra government help to create jobs, research suggests.
In the last few days there have been a lot of headlines about the latest HMRC error, this time affecting National Insurance contributions (NICs). So what has actually happened?
Customers of the energy company Npower are urged to claim refunds for previously overcharged gas bills.
The latest figures show that one in five new graduates is now out of work, the highest number for a decade.
The price of diesel at the pump has reached a new high - reaching an average of 133.26 pence - figures suggest.