London’s childcare system ‘creaking’ and in need of 25,000 more places
More than 25,000 extra free nursery places are needed in London to meet the needs of the poorest households. More »
One in four children have vitamin D deficiency
A widespread vitamin D deficiency has led to more of our children being affected by the bone softening disease, rickets, prompting calls for cheaper supplements. More »
Christmas has come early - the top high street sales
Two in three high street stores have started their Christmas sales already - with savings of up to 50% on offer. More »
Tax relief for childcare costs planned
Parents may soon be able to write off up to a third of their childcare costs against tax – potentially saving families hundreds of pounds a year. More »
'Spy software' that charges online shoppers more
Should shoppers be charged more if they are using an iPad and visiting higher end websites? Or less if they’re using an old computer? More »
5 ways to stretch your budget, starting this Christmas!
As Christmas approaches, MyFamilyClub editor, Lorraine Heller, looks at some easy changes we can make today to get more bang for our buck. More »
The Beano Annual - the nation's favourite stocking filler
A budget stocking filler that's never gone out of fashion! Find out where to buy the Beano Annual cheapest. More »
How to stop your savings from losing value
If you’re a basic-rate taxpayer, you need to find a savings account paying 3.37% or more if you want to stop your savings losing value through tax and inflation. So what can you do? More »
The end of bogus supermarket offers?
Could this mean no more supermarket price 'cons' as new rules are introduced to tackle misleading claims of savings. More »
Christmas lists and why I converted
Mum of two and budgeting expert, Naomi Caine, converts from a hater of the Christmas list to a fan. Here’s why… More »
Which price tickles your tastebuds?
Are we paying too much to taste the difference? A recent test shows that budget can also mean delicious, even compared to the posher nosh. More »
91% vouch for vouchers: Are you one of them?
A new survey finds that even the well-off are using shopping vouchers this Christmas. Clearly these savvy shoppers are onto something... More »
Female? Under 40? Sort your car insurance before 21 December!
Female drivers need to act fast if they want to avoid getting hit by an insurance price hike. Find out how you can avoid the rise and keep your premium low. More »
5 reasons to use a supermarket shopping list
In a survey by Sainsbury’s, 90% of us use a shopping list. Here's why lists are a great money-saving tool. More »
Cameron's energy plan - will families really save £300 a year?
The government is planning to make energy companies automatically put customers on the cheapest deal. Some claim this will save families up to £300 a year. Are they right? More »
Beware the supermarket multibuy deal!
Is it time to say bog off to BOGOFs? How those supermarket ‘special offers’ can end up costing you more money, not less! More »
Is our fruit and veg too expensive?
70% of us are not getting our five-a-day. Is it the price that's keeping us away from our greens? More »
My journey to BBC Breakfast
MyFamilyClub's Charlotte gets up at 4.30am to share her money saving tips with BBC Breakfast. Here's how she got along... More »
New parental leave rules: will you benefit?
New parental leave plans mean that both parents would be able to share leave after childbirth - what would you do? More »
Is the family meal an endangered species?
Many families rarely sit down to eat together nowadays... If you think you're missing a trick, here's how to make your family meals easier - and cheaper. More »
Will we escape a 3p fuel duty rise (at least until April)?
It's all going off in the Commons today, as Labour argue for our late Christmas present of a 3p a litre fuel duty rise to be postponed. More »
Merry Click-mas! 1.7m Brits plan to do ALL their Christmas shopping online
Will you be one of the 1.7m people who plan to ditch the high street completely for their Christmas shopping in 2012? More »
Comet sale a massive disappointment
Comet’s ‘massive’ sale ahead of its store closures next week has left customers looking for big savings sorely disappointed. More »
We’ve all faced the dilemma: should we go out to a restaurant with our children or not?
With the MyFamilyClub Dining Club you can get great discounts on family meals out. Interested? More »
38% of payday loan customers use the cash to feed their family
As struggling families seek a quick solution to their financial troubles, it’s the payday loan firms that are emerging as the winners. More »
Women earn 14.9% less than men... for doing the same job!
For the first time on record, the pay gap between men and women now looks likely to widen, rather than shrink. More »
Can you afford Christmas?
With the cost of Christmas now hitting just under £592, is it any surprise more than one in 10 of us are still struggling with festive debt? More »
The Who, What and Why of living wages
The news media coverage about the living wage can be confusing. We give you the facts and clear up your questions. More »