Save cash with locally grown grub
With regional producers offering value for money products, many will be going local in 2012, says a report. More »
Beware the true cost of rent-to-buy products
Warning that some schemes mean you are paying twice as much as it would cost to buy the product in the high street. More »
Thomas Cook: Cheaper holidays for 2012!
Thomas Cook has recently launched its 2012 campaign with discounts of up to £400 for the peak season. More »
Quality time: The best new year's resolution
According to a survey, 14% of children want their parents to spend more time with them in 2012. More »
Families braced for tax credit reductions
The forthcoming increase in personal tax allowance will be undermined by other tax reforms, says a study. More »
'Non-essential' items to go out of the window
New research suggests that almost £1 billion will be cut from people's budgets in the new year. More »
Balance your family's budget in 2012
Financial resolutions are increasingly popular as 49% of us are aiming to improve our approach to money in 2012. More »
Save money - make a shopping list
Researchers have revealed that sticking to a shopping list can save around £1,500 a year! More »
easyJet slashes family holiday deposits!
easyJet limits its deposits to £50 per person along with an extra two weeks to pay off the holiday. More »
Women workers 'more stressed than men'
Statistics suggest that women are almost three times more likely to take time off work due to stress than men. More »
Families £15 worse off this year
Due to pressure on our everyday spending power, families lose out £15 a week compared to last year, says research. More »
January Sales - Don't be caught out by returns
Shoppers are reminded to always check the returns policy, for each store, when finding sale bargains. More »
Nine hours more cleaning done over Christmas
A quarter of us plan on cleaning every day over the Christmas period. More »
Could this be the end for card surcharges?
Excessive surcharges for debit card transactions could be about to end. More »
Holiday days are there to be taken!
Research indicates that UK workers still have an average of six days holiday to take by December. More »
Delay times down at UK airports!
Last summer fewer holiday passengers suffered delayed flights compared to 2010, says a report. More »
Budget for 7.5% higher Christmas dinner costs!
A typical basket of festive goods has increased in price by 7.5% since last December, says research. More »
Young families given help to buy their homes
Government proposes an increase on the discounts it offers to council tenants who want to purchase their own homes. More »
DIY: A cracking use of time for 2012
The new year's resolution for 56% of us is to find time for home improvements, says a recent survey. More »
Don't be caught out by gift delivery pitfalls!
With around 25% suffering at the hands of a late delivery last year, shoppers are urged to take steps to avoid disappointment. More »
Who's footing your Christmas food bill?!
According to research, more than half of the nation's over 50s will be funding the Christmas feast this year. More »
Greece expected to offer super savings for 2012
Greece will offer the best value break for families next year, says travel firm. More »
Junior ISA - the gift that just keeps giving
Investing in a Junior ISA could be the Christmas present that your child benefits from for years to come. More »
Not enough hours in the working day?
Figures reveal that paid overtime was regularly offered to around 825,000 fewer workers this year. More »
Calling all discerning fashion fans!
Do you really need the things that are seemingly too cheap to resist? More »
Decent snooze time hard to find at Christmas
Money worries keep 51% of us awake at night, followed by fears about present deliveries and late-night parties. More »
It's never too soon to save for the future
Younger workers could suffer a 20% hit by the time they reach retirement, if they delay making savings. More »
Part-time work - the best of both worlds?
Mums employed part-time are just as involved in their youngsters' school as stay-at-home mums, according to research. More »