If your credit card or overdraft has been piling on the pounds over the festive season, it’s time to think about getting your finances back in shape. We explain how.
Labour claims that consumers are losing out because energy companies buy overpriced electricity from their own subsidiaries.
When shopping, it's important to know your rights in case things go wrong and purchases need to be returned. Here's a run down of what you need to know to protect your festive purchases.
Santander is now offering 1 per cent cashback when you use its 123 credit card at Amazon.co.uk this Christmas period. We take a look at the pros and cons.
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.
A multi-car pile-up in Sheppey, Kent, earlier this month, has been blamed on drivers not adapting to the foggy conditions. We take a closer look at this - and at how insurers decide liability in such cases.
Don't be tempted by gimmicks – an account that won't penalise you when you get into debt is important as a student.
There has been a sharp increase in complaints about the likes of home and car insurance over the past few years. Here's how to avoid falling foul of some of the more common traps.
Car insurance auto-renewal ensures drivers don't accidently end up without cover. But with rising renewal costs, does this benefit consumers - or insurers?
One in three neighbour disputes are caused by parking problems, says the AA. Some motorists are even parking on strangers' drives! We take a closer look.
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