Waitrose extends price match scheme
Upmarket grocery retailer Waitrose is extending its price match guarantee in a move to win over customer loyalty. More »
HMRC 'keeping taxpayers waiting'
Calling the HMRC helpline to find out about your tax query could mean you are kept waiting for advice for over four minutes. More »
Bank customers 'misled' over payment cancellations
Nearly half of banking advisers are giving out incorrect information leading to us going overdrawn and overpaying. More »
200,000 families 'hit by tax credit changes'
Families are now £73 a week worse off since the changes to Working Tax Credit, prompting Usdaw union to suspend the changes. More »
Employees in dark over pension reforms
Nearly 70% of us workers are unaware of the Government's plans for automatic enrolment in pension schemes, a report suggest. More »
Collective switching 'could cut family bills'
Collective switching between utility firms by large numbers of people could offer consumers a simpler route to better value, says report. More »
Do you make it easy for thieves?
Almost a third of us leave doors and windows open when we go out, giving theives the perfect opportunity, a survey has found. More »
Thousands turn to competitions for Olympics tickets
It has emerged that those without tickets to the Games have become serial competition entrants in order to resolve the issue. More »
Families benefit from charity shop bargains
Families are growing increasingly thrifty, with 50% of us turning to charity shops to help ease the pressure on personal finances. More »
Economy must be top focus, warns Baroness
Baroness Royall of Blaisdon says the Government should focus on getting the economy right rather than reform of the Lords. More »
Visit Kent offers '2for1' days out
Visit Kent has joined forces with companies in the region to offer two-for-one vouchers and money-off deals on a range of tourist attractions. More »
Landlords may drop rents as market 'levels off'
Rental prices around the country could be stabilising after last year's boom, and may even drop, according to a new survey. More »
Halifax hikes mortgage rate to 3.99%
More than one million of us will face higher mortgage payments as lenders increase rates, with Halifax customers being hardest-hit. More »
Having fun costs 184% more than a decade ago
The cost of most leisure activities has surged higher and faster than inflation, hitting families where it hurts. More »
Holiday protection scheme criticised by MPs
MPs say the Air Travel Organisers' Licensing (Atol) scheme should provide more protection to holidaymakers and not be as costly for all. More »
Government urged to rethink austerity plan
Families will be hit by a sluggish economy and high unemployment for the next 10 years, Ed Balls has warned. More »
Hotel room prices rocket during Diamond Jubilee
Price hikes mean families booking a London hotel between June 2 and June 6 will have to fork out an additional £1,043 for the four nights. More »
Energy reform 'needed to help customers'
Households will miss out on up to £1.9 billion in cheaper bills by 2020, without energy market reform. More »
Cost fears keeping dental patients away
A quarter of Brits have failed to visit a dentist in the last 18 months as we're scared of facing the fees. More »
Families can barter with travel agents
Over half of travel agents were able to lower their prices when asked to match or beat online quotes, found an investigation from Which? More »
Benefit changes 'give millionaires cheaper rates'
Changes to child benefit could mean some wealthier households are actually paying cheaper tax rates than 'average' families. More »
Britons 'continue to pay down their debts'
Families are keeping their funds close to home, with many of us prioritising debt repayments during the continued economic uncertainty. More »
First-time buyer market shows slight gain
There has been a slight improvement in the housing market over the past few months, with Milton Keynes named the "hotspot" for first-time buyers. More »
Miles-per-gallon calculations 'inaccurate'
Your car might not be as fuel efficient as you had thought, as new tests show that many cars have lower miles per gallon than initially estimated. More »
Food poverty in Britain is rising
The number of food banks opening across the UK has doubled over the past year, with children making up more than a third of those taking food hand outs. More »
Families could face cost of higher EU fees
Families could next year face an extra £666 in taxes to fund an EU Budget increase, according to speculative figures. More »
Clever shopping with O2's wallet app
O2 has a new money-saving app which allows users to scan barcodes in shops and seek out cheaper alternatives. More »
UK enters double-dip recession
The UK has entered a new recession, but Cameron has said the Government will not turn its back on the austerity strategy. More »
More than half using term time for family holidays
Families are not deterred by fines for taking their children on holiday during term-time, as they save more money on off-peak tickets. More »