Thirteen fixed-rate energy tariffs are set to expire in the coming weeks, leaving consumers facing bill hikes if they don’t make the switch now.
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.
Mortgages take center stage once more in this week's round-up of new products.
EDF Energy will pay £3m to vulnerable customers, making amends for its failure to handle consumer complaints effectively.
Rail fares are set to go up yet again following July's Retail Price Index (RPI) figures. Learn how to beat the price hikes here.
Consumers could save up to £12 per year on their energy bill if price control settlements proposed today by energy regulator Ofgem are accepted.
The amount of compensation available to consumers who experience long power cuts in extreme weather will greatly increase, energy regulator Ofgem has said.
From 25 July changes to the Green Deal Home Improvement scheme will mean less cash for environmentally-minded homeowners.
British Gas will pay £1m in compensation after admitting to poor sales practices in a London shopping centre and Sainsbury’s stores nationwide.
High street banks are using Wonga-style bullying letters to chase customers for payments.
The EU may have just slashed data roaming charges in half, but ‘bill shock’ is still a serious risk. Here’s how to avoid a pricey post-holiday phone bill.
Energy customers whose fixed rate tariffs expire in August 2014 could find their bills increasing by up to £150 per year if they don’t switch providers.
The cost of living an ultra-wealthy lifestyle in the capital fell 1.1 per cent this year, according to new research, following a 4.9 per cent decrease the previous year.
From today, roaming charges will face further caps within the European Union, cutting the cost of data use in member states by more than half.
The cost of maintaining a minimum standard of living in the UK has risen 28 per cent since 2008, far higher than the official 19 per cent rise in the Consumer Price Index (CPI).
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