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cardboard house with stones against the green grass 12 February 2013 Mortgages '£100 a month cheaper than renting'»

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 costs News 25 July 2012 Moving house costs up 69% on 2001»

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 12 February 2013 Kiddicare to open 10 UK stores»

Kiddicare to open 10 UK stores

The baby products chain is to open 10 new 'megastores' around the country.   More »

bank notes 12 February 2013 Paying with cash 'encourages healthier food shop'»

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 »

family 12 February 2013 'The bank of grandma and grandad'»

'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 »

london olympics 12 February 2013 Olympic tickets count against expectant mums»

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 »

Money locked away 12 February 2013 Are our pension schemes ready for revamp?»

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 »

Ski slope 12 February 2013 Eastern Europe ski costs on downward slope!»

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 »

Pension 12 February 2013 Pensions: Auto-enrolment setback for families»

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 children 12 February 2013 Cost of raising a child grows to £218,000»

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 »

Fine print 12 February 2013 Ofcom to review phone bill increases»

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 »

Cut the cost of train travell 12 February 2013 £10 'anywhere' tickets from South West Trains»

£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 »

girl skipping 12 February 2013 Struggling for play ideas? There's an app for that!»

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 »

solar panels 12 February 2013 Victory for families 'going green'!»

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 »

money stress 12 February 2013 £7,944 - the average family debt»

£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 »

getting on a train 12 February 2013 Google Maps to help plan train travel»

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 »

passport and euros 12 February 2013 E-voucher promises savings on exchange rates»

E-voucher promises savings on exchange rates

A new 'e-voucher' claims to offer market-leading rates of exchange on your travel money.   More »

iPhone 12 February 2013 Cut down on petrol with an app?!»

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 »

holiday savings on written in sand 12 February 2013 Clever budgeting means sunny 2012 for many!»

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 »

woman with current account bank cards 12 February 2013 Think carefully before switching banks!»

Think carefully before switching banks!

Switching current account can offer some rewarding introductory deals but make sure you always check the small print.   More »

mother and son 12 February 2013 Supermarkets blamed for food poverty»

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 »

woman looking for work 12 February 2013 New work programme 'failing jobseekers'»

New work programme 'failing jobseekers'

The Work Programme is helping far fewer people than expected, says a new report.   More »

house of lords 12 February 2013 Benefits vote shows strong support for our kids»

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 »

comparing bill 12 February 2013 And here's what you could've been paying...»

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 12 February 2013 Eating out a 'special occasion' for most»

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 »

office worker at computer 12 February 2013 Pre-recession pay levels still a long way off»

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 »

couple moving house 12 February 2013 Two-decade wait to buy your own home?»

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 »

electricity lines 12 February 2013 No charge for switching to Co-op energy!»

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 »

MyFamilyClub case study 12 February 2013 Child benefit cuts 'to hit families hard'»

Child benefit cuts 'to hit families hard'

Child benefit cuts for high-rate taxpayers could pose a threat to as many as 680,000 families in the UK.   More »