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 »
More than 1 in 4 parents use a private tutor
More than a quarter of parents use private tuition to help their children’s education – but are there less expensive alternatives? More »
Fancy Christmas on us?
We're lending a helping hand this festive season. Find out how you can get your Christmas presents, decorations, dinner and more on us this year. More »
The Top 20 Bucket List: What's yours?
The greatest achievement in life for most people in Britain is paying off their mortgage. What's yours? More »
Housing benefit: 56,000 families to be £91 a week worse off
Affordable housing shortages could affect almost half of England by 2017 due to government welfare reforms. More »
Fancy £1 an hour childcare?
A landmark report has recommended that mums are offered an extra 10 hours of childcare a week at the cost of just £1 an hour. Would you take advantage of it? More »
Parents spend £327 on baby fashion
Would you spend over £300 in your baby's first year to keep up with the celebrity fashion? More »
Child benefit cuts + soaring childcare costs = stressed parent. Here’s how to cope!
Millions of families will soon receive letters informing them of cuts to Child Benefit. Will you be one of them? What can you do to make up the shortfall? More »
Get over £40 off your food bill this Christmas
That Christmas food bill just keeps adding up, but with Morrisons and MyFamilyClub you could save over £40 on your sprouts this year. More »
Pleased to be welcoming Afro Bean into the household
A big congratulations as Gemma announces her third baby is on the way! More »
Are you being ripped off by £52 million on school uniform?
The OFT has called for change as schools force families to fork out £52 million a year for uniforms from exclusive suppliers. Can families cut the cost? More »
Gemma’s trick on how to get your kids to eat salad
Want your kids to eat a healthy salad without complaints? Gemma lets you in on her secret stealth tactic. More »
Which supermarket offers the best petrol prices?
The great supermarket price wars have spilled out into the forecourt. Are you the eventual winner or is it just a gimmick? Read on. More »
Gemma’s top 4 delicious tomato recipes for the family
Tomato lover Gemma has put together four of her favourite tomato recipes that all the family can enjoy. More »
When you can give supermarkets a run for their money
At what time of day can you save £20 just by hanging around in the right place at the right time? More »
Will your Child Benefit be cut next year?
Millions of parents are dreading receiving a letter from HMRC - telling them how their Child Benefit could be cut. Find out if you'll be one of them. More »
Will your kids have to live with you until they're 50?
Do you struggle to pay the rent? More and more working families across the UK are reliant on benefits to keep a roof over their heads. Will your kids ever be able to afford to leave home? More »
Energy suppliers forced to tell customers which is the ‘cheapest’ tariff
Energy regulator Ofgem will force suppliers to offer the cheapest tariff to customers, it has been announced. Does this mean your fuel bills will come down? More »
The PM has promised to lower energy tariffs - but will it work?
Yesterday David Cameron promised to change the law to force energy companies to put every customer on the cheapest possible deal. Will it actually happen, and what would it mean for your family’s bills? More »
Could your disabled child lose out under Universal Credit?
Families with disabled children could stand to lose up to £28 per week under the proposed benefits overhaul. Will your family be affected? More »
UK food poverty increases - with kids going to school hungry
Britain’s poorest children are going hungry, with nearly 110,000 UK adults and children receiving food aid in just six months. More »
Halloween party on a budget
MyFamilyClub's Jess Neale, prepares for a spooktacular party for her nephew's birthday. More »
Mum and Dad sharing maternity leave - a good idea?
New paternity leave rules for both mums and dads mean that they are both legally entitled to share time off work during the baby’s first year; one at a time. More »
Half of Brits would serve out of date food to their guests
Next time your friends invite you over for dinner, you might want to think twice... More »
The true cost of food
Have you ever considered what goes into the production of a slice of pizza? Binning food wastes more than just your cash... More »
Walk to School Month: it's time to walk the walk
October is Walk to School month and Gemma sets out on a walking adventure with Spaghetti Legs and Afro Baby. More »
Myleene’s top tips for shoe shopping with your children
Stress-free shoe shopping with kids? Myleene Klass shares the secret... More »
Get your compensation for delayed trains!
MyFamilyClub's Gemma Johnson, reveals how you could claim your money back from public transport delays. More »