MOT testing might seem cut and dried but there is a grey area - if you take your car for an early MOT and it fails, is your old certificate still valid? We find out.
If the thought of having no central heating on an ice-cold winter’s morning sends a chill down your spine, it’s time to check you have the right cover in place for your boiler.
Debt collectors have been known for employing unscrupulous tactics when it comes to recovering owed money but new rules mean there are tougher restrictions to control those overstepping the mark.
When it comes to buying home and contents cover, there are now a wide range of ‘add-on’ products to choose from but not all of them offer value for money. We look at the extras you can afford to ditch.
A number of leading travel agents have been attacked for automatically including expensive extras such as travel insurance or larger baggage allowances on customers’ bookings. A new investigation reveals the culprits.
Around 6 million workers and pensioners could be owed £400 by the taxman due to a blunder. Find out if you're one of the ones affected.
There are thousands of mortgage deals available, each slightly different from the last. So how do you decide which one suits you best? Here’s a guide to help you work it out.
Motor lawyer Jeanette Miller says that drivers should be aware of the law rather than rely on dubious popular wisdom about what is and isn’t illegal.
In the wake of a reported £215m having been paid out by banks for mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI), it’s clear that we don’t like paying for things we don’t need, and car insurance is no exception.
You may not know this but your bank can dip into your accounts to settle credit card or loan payments, without your permission.
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