The soaring price of motoring has boosted demand for smaller cars with cheaper running costs, a new study of Britain's most popular secondhand cars reveals.
MP Eric Pickles has called for traffic wardens to be more lenient. But is this a genuine proposal or party propaganda, asks motor lawyer Jeanette Miller.
Autumn fuel duty rise scrapped, a penny off a pint of beer and help for homebuyers. We round-up Chancellor George Osborne's 2013 Budget and what it means for you.
Low interest rates have turned this year's ISA season into a damp squib. But don't let poor rates put you off making the most of your tax-free savings.
As many as 55 per cent of Brits fear they will be worse off after Wednesday's 2013 Budget announcement, with only six per cent confident of benefiting from changes, according to new research by Lloyds TSB.
With only a few weeks left until the end of the tax year, now is a good time to think about how you can give less of your hard-earned cash to the Treasury.
For every £1 we spend filling up our cars, vans and motorbikes with petrol and diesel, about 60p goes to the government in the form of duty and VAT. Why is fuel tax so high?
Whatever the cost of filling up your car, it makes sense to get into some good habits so you don’t spend more than you have to. Here are five top tips from PetrolPrices.com.
Fuel prices in the UK are "fair", according to the Office of Fair Trading. Chris Torney, personal finance editor at the Daily Express, asks: Is this really true?
Tipping is a strange and bewildering custom. Knowing when to hand over extra money – and how much to give – can be extremely embarrassing. We explore tipping etiquette.
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