Parents could spend an average of nearly £1,000 per child during the forthcoming summer holidays to cover food, days out, treats, and childcare, according to new research from Nationwide Building Society.
Holidaymakers have already spent a chunk of their holiday budget before they’ve even got on the plane, according to a new survey by budgeting account provider Thinkmoney.co.uk.
As the banking industry faces an inquiry by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), here's how to tell if your current account is working for you.
Intelligent Pensions introduces two tools to help you plan for retirement; Post Office launches a pre-paid money card; Accord Mortgages prepares for 10 day rate sale.
In its first joint work with the regulator, the Competition and Markets Authority is preparing the way for a consultation into the consumer detriment caused by lack of retail and business banking competition.
Want more rum for your money? We have five destinations where a strong pound will help you relax in style – for less.
While cheaper and more relaxing for the bride and groom, more than a third of Brits think attending a wedding abroad is a big ask.
More than one in four UK employees fear they will lose their job within the next six months, according Glassdoor’s UK Employment Confidence Survey.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has admitted the Mansion House speech he gave last month was deliberately designed to 'shake up the markets'.
Online retail sales showed a rare moment of weakness in June, with experts blaming the UK’s early exit from the World Cup.
Fathers consider it more important to teach their kids about how to manage their money than how to navigate relationships, according to new research.
UK consumer price inflation has moved sharply higher in June, a surprise jump which may strengthen the case for an earlier-than-expected base rate rise.
Do investors need to be concerned about the activities of an obscure Portuguese bank? After all, most people probably didn’t know much about the Banco Espirito Santos until its problems rocked stock markets last week. It has proved a salutary reminder that there are still troubles that threaten the global economic recovery, but what does it mean for savers and investors?
Tony Leahy explores whether the launch of the New ISA will encourage people to be more proactive when it comes to finding the best home for their money.
Sainsbury's Bank lowers rates on small and medium-sized loans; Over-50s insurer Saga launches landlord insurance.
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