A week can be a long time in the world of personal finance…
With so much news and speculation being reported in the lead-up to the general election, it can be easy to let important information go over your head.
In the past seven days, we learned a lot about people’s housing priorities, personal debt and the snap general election.
That’s why we’ve created a weekly quiz to test your knowledge of the past week’s headlines.
Take our quiz on what’s been going in the world of personal finance – and don’t forget to let us know in the comments how you got on.
The Which? Money quiz of the week
Inflation, measured by CPI, has jumped to 2.7%. How many fixed-rate Isas and savings accounts that can beat inflation are currently on the market?
According to a recent Which? survey, what is the most sought-after feature of a property among homebuyers?
The financial arm of which motoring company launched a market-leading regular savings account this week, only to withdraw it two days later?
The state pension triple-lock has been a key talking point leading up to the snap general election. What does this affect?
According to a recent Which? survey, what is the main factor that motivates people to switch energy company?
According to a new survey by Upad, what proportion of tenants meet their landlord before moving into a new property?
What is the average level of unsecured UK household debt in 2016, according to a new study by the Trades Union Congress (TUC)?