The government's idea that retirees should be told when they're likely to die has been met with shock. But this information is vital for financial planning.
Almost 80% of the public wants a stricter speed limit in residential areas and town centres. Campaigners say the government needs to act.
UK families are saving less and forgoing vital insurance, leaving millions without a financial safety net, according to new research by Scottish Widows.
From the end of April, lenders will subject mortgage applications to greater scrutiny – and this could affect your chances of buying a home.
Flexible pension rules mean people will be able to take more risk with their cash at retirement. But research suggests annuities will remain popular.
Drivers are set for more misery because councils in England and Wales are facing a huge shortfall in investment in road maintenance and repairs.
There were almost half a million complaints to councils last year about noisy or inconsiderate neighbours. We explain how to stand up for your rights.
New research shows that only a minority of motorists relish their time behind the wheel these days. Where has the thrill of driving gone?
George Osborne’s unexpected reform of the pension system will make it easier to get your hands on your fund. We look at what’s changing.
George Osborne gave savers a Budget-day boost by announcing significant reforms to the ISA system. We explain all about the new ISA and what it means for savers.
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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