Mortgages '£100 a month cheaper than renting'
Homeowners are paying an average £600 per month for a three-bedroom house, compared to £716 paid by those renting. More »
Moving house costs up 69% on 2001
The cost of moving house has risen faster than actual house prices over the past 10 years. More »
Kiddicare to open 10 UK stores
The baby products chain is to open 10 new 'megastores' around the country. More »
Paying with cash 'encourages healthier food shop'
New research from the US shows we're likely to buy more junk food when paying for it via credit and debit cards. More »
'The bank of grandma and grandad'
As many as one in 10 young adults in the UK have sought help from grandparents in order to build up a housing deposit, says research. More »
Olympic tickets count against expectant mums
Extra tickets might be required if mums want to bring their newborns along to Olympic events they already have tickets for. More »
Are our pension schemes ready for revamp?
The director of Saga has called for more flexible pension schemes to match today's changing needs. More »
Eastern Europe ski costs on downward slope!
Romania, Bulgaria and Poland have some of the cheapest hotel prices in their ski resorts, finds a new report. More »
Pensions: Auto-enrolment setback for families
The Government has confirmed it is delaying the automatic pension enrolment scheme for small businesses by another year. More »
Cost of raising a child grows to £218,000
Parents can expect to spend £28 a day on each child until they reach the age of 21, finds a survey. More »
Ofcom to review phone bill increases
The communications regulator has said it will investigate the small print in our phone contracts, which may lead to unexpected price hikes. More »
£10 'anywhere' tickets from South West Trains
A new offer will provide return tickets from Petersfield in Hampshire to any destination on the network. More »
Struggling for play ideas? There's an app for that!
A new free app offers busy parents ideas for quick games they can play with their children every day. More »
Victory for families 'going green'!
The Government has lost its bid to overturn a High court ruling that its plans to cut subsidies for solar panels on homes were 'unlawful'. More »
£7,944 - the average family debt
UK families have been forced to borrow £2,500 more on their credit cards and through personal loans over the past year, says research. More »
Google Maps to help plan train travel
A new tool from Google and the Trainline.com allows you to plan your travel in minutes with a few mouse clicks. More »
E-voucher promises savings on exchange rates
A new 'e-voucher' claims to offer market-leading rates of exchange on your travel money. More »
Cut down on petrol with an app?!
With the help of a new app for the iPhone you could achieve savings of up to 10% on your petrol bill. More »
Clever budgeting means sunny 2012 for many!
Nearly a fifth of us monitored our spending last year to put money aside for our summer break in 2012, says a survey. More »
Think carefully before switching banks!
Switching current account can offer some rewarding introductory deals but make sure you always check the small print. More »
Supermarkets blamed for food poverty
Working and middle class poverty is on the rise, and it seems that supermarkets could be partly to blame. More »
New work programme 'failing jobseekers'
The Work Programme is helping far fewer people than expected, says a new report. More »
Benefits vote shows strong support for our kids
The Government's plans suffered a defeat in the House of Lords, excluding child benefit when calculating the benefit cap. More »
And here's what you could've been paying...
Direct Save Telecom has launched a new challange which gives you the chance to compare your bill to see how much you could save. More »
Eating out a 'special occasion' for most
With family budgets tighter than ever, eating out has become a luxury that many of us are cutting back on, says a new survey. More »
Pre-recession pay levels still a long way off
A report reveals that pay will not return to pre-recession levels until 2020 at the very earliest. More »
Two-decade wait to buy your own home?
Millions of families on low incomes are facing an unwelcome lengthy wait to get onto the property ladder, according to a new study. More »
No charge for switching to Co-op energy!
Co-operative Energy are offering to pay the exit fee for the first 10,000 customer who switch over to their services. More »