The economy may be improving, but one in four British parents believes their children could have a bleak financial future, according to a survey by F&C Investments (F&C).
UK homeowners are spending a fortune rectifying dodgy DIY projects, with 3.3 million people spending an average of £3,200 correcting mistakes.
US GDP growth has risen more than expected in Q2, according to initial estimates, with the contraction in the first quarter less bad than had been feared.
Think tank ResPublica has called for bankers to commit to clear ethical standards in the form of a ‘Banker’s Oath’. Your Money asked the experts if it will go far enough.
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) have proposed new rules that would seek to change how bankers behave and are paid.
More than a quarter of working 20- to 34-year-olds still live with their parents, with many unable to afford to buy or rent a place of their own.
Separating couples may find that their finances suffer along with their broken hearts, according to a new survey by the Debt Advisory Service.
Lloyds Banking Group has been fined a total of £218m by UK and US authorities for a series of failings, including manipulating fees it owed to the Bank of England (BoE) for a taxpayer-backed scheme designed to support the UK’s banks during the financial crisis.
BNY Mellon has produced a free ‘Guide to Investing for Women' to provide an introduction to investing and looking at some of the practical considerations.
Higher interest rates now appear to be a genuine and looming possibility. Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, said this week that keeping interest rates at their current level risked a dangerous housing bubble, which may ultimately prompt a return to recession. It is that time of year when most people are more interested in sangria than savings rates, but should people be concerned?
The UK economy grew by 0.8 per cent in the second quarter of 2014, but some experts question its true strength.
Keeping the kids occupied during the summer months can be a costly pursuit.
Girls between the ages of eight and 15 receive less pocket money than their male counterparts, new research from Halifax has shown.
The economy may be improving, but nine in ten Britons remain cautious with their investment choices, finds new research.
Here, we highlight a few areas where the costs can mount this summer if you are not vigilant.
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