PPI claims firms are just one example of consumers being persuaded to pay for something that they could just as easily get at no cost. What other cover are you paying for unnecessarily?
You often get a discount for paying bills by direct debit. But journalist Maria McCarthy prefers to stick to cash and cheques. She explains why.
Millions of households are in line for cheaper energy bills under new reforms announced by the industry regulator.
If you’ve ever cursed that little buffering wheel when you’re trying to watch a video or missed the end of an online auction because the page didn’t load fast enough, your internet connection could probably do with an upgrade.
As of 1 November, gas and electricity prepayment meter customers who are up to £500 in debt with their current supplier will be allowed to switch to a cheaper rival.
Millions of British household budgets are set to be squeezed further as British Gas and npower's winter gas and electricity price hikes take effect.
The recent years how consumers spend and use credit has changed. Here's a breakdown of the best (and worst) UK scores, where those people live, and what male and female names are more likely to have good or bad credit.
Legal blogger Jeanette Miller looks at the new law that, from October 2012, will make it a criminal offence for private landowners such as supermarkets and car park operators to clamp or tow a vehicle.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last week or two, you no doubt will have heard about the launch of the iPhone 5 and its 4G capabilities. But what’s so special about Apple’s new flagship handset, and what does 4G even mean?
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