Low-cost airline for long-haul travellers
Nearly three in four of us would be happy to forgo the luxury of a premium flight to save cash with a low-cost airline, says a survey. More »
Fancy the chance to recycle for cash?
£200 million worth of electrical waste is discarded by families every year, but a new service could mean we can recycle for cash. More »
Cash-strapped travellers cut back on tips
One third of us have cut the amount we give in tips or have stopped handing them out altogether, as cost-saving continues to take priority. More »
Youngsters trained to give financial advice to kids
A new scheme has been set up whereby thousands of young people are recruited to teach their peers about money management. More »
Cowboy builders 'cost homeowners £260m'
Homeowners are being left seriously out of pocket with many families paying upfront for work that ends up being shoddily completed. More »
One in five mums skip breakfast
8.1% of mums skip breakfast, while 10.3% choose to eat while on the go, mainly due to time constraints enforced by modern life, a poll has found. More »
TV advert sparks term-time family holidays debate
A Center Parcs commercial has been banned after the company was found guilty of misleading advertising about term-time family holidays. More »
Will our kids have the job opportunities we had?
Almost three quarters of us are fearful that the current generation of youngsters will struggle to find job opportunities, says research. More »
Families lose £680 in food waste every year
91% of parents throw away around £13 every week in food waste, which is more than double what they expected, finds a new study. More »
Fuel prices forcing us off the road
Almost two in five motorists admit they may give up driving altogether if fuel prices continue to rise at the current rate, says research. More »
The true cost of becoming a mum
Around 33% of women feel that becoming a mum has negatively affected their chances of climbing further up the career ladder, says research. More »
Tesco relaunches Clubcard Exchange
Tesco has relaunched its Clubcard Exchange programme, allowing shoppers to swap £5 worth of clubcard vouchers for a £10 shopping token. More »
Child benefit debate rumbles on
As the child benefit debate continues, the Treasury insists the proposed changes will be fair to those on lower levels of income. More »
Staycation campaign proves unsuccessful
The Government's staycation campaign has been ignored by two thirds of Brits, as families prefer to make plans abroad for the summer. More »
E.ON to freeze 5 million energy prices
Energy firm E.ON says it will not increase energy prices in 2012 and will improve efficiency. More »
Rise in number of dads in part-time work
The number of men forced to settle for part-time work because they're unable to find a full-time role has more than doubled over four years. More »
Millions of earners to receive tax rebate
A tax rebate will be welcomed by many families in the coming weeks, but another 1.6 million will be sent a bill for not paying enough. More »
M&S launches budget-brand food line
Marks and Spencer have launched a new budget line of value food products, that could bring the 'upmarket' brand to cash-strapped families. More »
Fuel prices 'force drivers off the road'
As fuel prices have risen 52% in the last five years, almost half of us are trying to reduce our time on the road, says a study. More »
Bargain hunters look east for summer holiday deals
Families should consider going east to find summer holiday deals, with five-star accomodation in Poland only costing £84 a night. More »
Parenting classes: Free vouchers for discipline
The government is launching free parenting classes worth £100, to teach parents to encourage better behaviour in their children. More »
High petrol prices cause drivers to 'run on empty'
More than one in 10 of us drivers hit the road with very little in our tanks as petrol prices have rocketed over the past few months. More »
Tourists 'run out of holiday cash'
According to a poll holidaymakers run out of cash after just five days abroad, so doing research before you go could help avoid big bills. More »
Fuel strike off - no need to panic buy!
51% of petrol tanker drivers have now backed new proposals, meaning the threat of a national fuel strike has been twarted. More »
Which? Big Switch to save families £123 a year
Families could save an average of £123 a year on their energy bill with the Co-operative, under the Which? Big Switch Campaign. More »
Britons reconsidering a family staycation
Families are opting for a staycation, as the value of the pound reaches a record high and wet weather dominates the UK. More »
£169m rail compensation goes unclaimed
Rail firms are keeping millions of pounds worth of compensation meant for passengers because of cancelled services and delays. More »
British Gas set to increase utility costs
The average household will face £50 higher utility costs from British Gas, as the group cautions that energy prices continue to climb. More »