Confusion over how to turn pension savings into retirement income is being blamed for the current annuity controversy. We explain how to get the right deal.
Royal Bank of Scotland has agreed a deal which will allow customers to deposit money into their accounts in Post Office branches.
More than one in 10 (12%) people spend no more than 60 minutes working out how they are going to turn their lifetime’s pension savings into a retirement income.
Are new government pension plans helpful or hare-brained? We examine whether changes in the annuity system could make people better off in retirement.
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.
With new research revealing we keep an average of £4,000 secret from our other halves, perhaps we aren’t as trusting in our relationships as we thought.
Will savings and annuity rates ever recover? Do car insurance premiums have further to fall? We look at the financial prospects for the next 12 months.
Mobile phone users are to be protected from "shock bills" if their handsets are stolen, with a new cap on the maximum value of calls.
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.
Families have underestimated the cost of their main household bills in the last year including council tax, gas and electricity by nearly £500, research has suggested.
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