One in five homes lack contents insurance with 18 to 34-year-olds more likely to shun cover. But as burglary rates fall, is cover necessary? We take a look.
There is not long until the end of the financial year. We look at last-minute strategies to reduce what you pay the taxman.
Millions of drivers are facing fines and even court action because they don't realise that insurance, car tax and regular MOTs are required by law.
If you need to move out of a flood-damaged property, a quick-sale company may be able to help. But be warned: the cost could be higher than you expect.
Recent unprecedented wet weather could see water-damaged cars flooding on to the market, according to motor experts. We explain how to avoid being duped.
From solicitors' bills to removal fees, 74% of homeowners underestimate the full cost of buying a home, finds new research by the government-backed Money Advice Service. We look at what it really costs.
Confusion over how to turn pension savings into retirement income is being blamed for the current annuity controversy. We explain how to get the right deal.
Insurers are still weighing up the impact of this winter's awful weather. But a surge in flood-related claims is likely to raise everyone's premiums.
More than one in 10 (12%) people spend no more than 60 minutes working out how they are going to turn their lifetime’s pension savings into a retirement income.
A row has broken out over new fines for parents who take children out of school for family holidays. But given the cost of peak-season breaks, is this fair?
Chris is personal finance editor at the Daily Express. He's been a journalist for more than 10 years and contributes to a wide range of finance and business titles.Read more from Chris
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