Britain’s credit-card providers have been stretching their interest-free deals even further in recent weeks – but there are potential traps to watch out for.
New research shows thousands of drivers think their insurance policies lack transparency and are difficult to understand. We identify the most common problems.
The governor of the Bank of England says rates could finally rise towards the end of this year. So what does this mean for borrowers and savers?
The wholesale cost of diesel is falling in response to increased production in the Middle East – but retailers are refusing to pass on the benefits to drivers.
Homeowners could see an average saving of £1,600 thanks to recent changes to stamp duty. But there are other costs involved that still need to be considered.
Britain will remain at risk of devastating floods such as those seen last winter until there is a dramatic rise in the amount of money spent on defences.
When it comes to reviewing your finances, it makes sense to focus on the areas that could save the most cash with the least effort.
2014 surprised many people, with no sign of the long-awaited interest-rate hike and a drastic fall in the price of oil. So what does 2015 have in store?
Chris is the former 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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