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.
Current account competition is hotting up with the news that Barclays is simplifying its overdraft fees system - a move which could save customers in the UK around £14 million collectively this year alone.
Labour claims that consumers are losing out because energy companies buy overpriced electricity from their own subsidiaries.
Energy company npower is to pay £3.5 million to vulnerable customers after it was found to have breached energy sales rules.
Consumer group Which? has revealed a list of what it considers to be the top money-wasting financial products.
BT has apologised after complaints about its pay-TV service doubled over the period it began broadcasting Premier League football.
The soon-to-be former chairman of Centrica has said allegations of "profiteering" and "collaboration" among the major energy firms are false.
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.
Culture Secretary Maria Miller has promised to "work with" the telecommunications industry to protect consumers from unfair charges and price hikes.
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.
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