Money remains a source of tension in many households with 38 per cent of people admitting to falling out with their partner over their spending habits, according to a survey by reward site Quidco.
Almost £5bn flew into ISAs in the space of only a month as savers rushed to take advantage of new rules allowing them to save up to £15,000 tax free.
Citizens Advice today warns that competing bills mean that half of households will have to cut spending this year.
After recent Citizen's Advice research revealed that many of us are turning to the internet for financial advice, we look at how you might go about picking a financial adviser.
People turn to internet search engines for advice rather than their family, according to Citizens Advice. Last year over a third of the UK online population went to the charity's advice website for help with 78 per cent (12.4 million people) coming from internet searches.
As trust in challenger banks grows, a full three quarters of Brits say they would be comfortable banking with John Lewis if given the option.
Parents hoping to educate their children privately need to plan early, with the cost of two children at private day school now running at £526,000, says Andy James, Head of Retirement Planning at Towry.
The average Brit wastes £800 per year on items they use only once despite their potential to be used again, according to new research.
There are lots of ways your cash can quickly disappear once term has started.
Today’s eight to 15 year olds admit to spending almost all of their pocket money on downloads and computer games, research from Halifax has found.
Not sure what ISA stands for? You’re in good company – just half of Brits even know what one is. See what other terms evade understanding.
The Co-operative Bank has registered a pre-tax loss of £75.8m for the first six months of the year, its interim results have shown.
Brits have amassed £1.3bn worth of loose change as millions of savers choose penny jars over banks and building societies.
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