Reforms to green levies on gas and electricity firms should soften the blow of recent bill increases. We look at how the big suppliers have reacted.
George Osborne's mini-budget has some good news for motorists and rail commuters, but young people face a longer wait for retirement.
Millions of drivers say they will consider signing up for "black box" insurance when they next renewal date. Is this type of cover set to go mainstream?
Is our pension system beyond salvation? Should we bother saving for old age? Chris Torney, personal finance editor of the Daily Express, gives his view.
Where is most energy consumed around the home and what can we do to minimise its use? We look at your home's top five energy-hungry appliances.
Would you change the locks on a new property when you move house? Most of us would not, according to a new survey.
Motorists are being warned to consider car insurance features as well as cost when selecting a policy to ensure they don't end up out of pocket.
Criminals who stage fake accidents are costing motorists hundreds of millions of pounds every year in insurance. We explain how to steer clear.
The UK’s tentative economic recovery looks like good news for people coming up to retirement, with figures showing annuity rates have hit a two-year high in recent weeks.
The Financial Ombudsman Service has had more than 5,000 credit card complaints this year. We look at common credit card pitfalls and how to avoid them.
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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