Is saving money a luxury for some? John Glen MP, the Treasury Minister, tells us why he introduced the Help to Save scheme last year.
With workers averaging 11 pension pots over their lifetimes, a dashboard gathering all that information into one place could be a game changer.
Buying a house and starting a family got me into a spiral of debt I thought I’d never escape from – but paying for most things in cash saved me, writes our guest author Katie Johnson.
Bitcoin investment scams using fake celebrity endorsements continue to be rife. Johanna Butt, 83, of Oxfordshire has bravely shared her story with us.
This week, we took our ‘Freedom to Pay. Our Way’ campaign directly to Westminster and shone a light on the problems people in Scotland face when accessing their everyday finances.
When a member received a letter from the ‘Consumer Refund Service’ they got in touch with us to make sure it was legitimate. Here’s what we told them.
There are a series of issues around leasehold new-build houses – including clauses that make ground rents rise to thousands of pounds a year. Isn’t it about time this system was fixed?
Going fully cashless will leave millions behind – do you agree with the steps the Access to Cash Review is recommending?
Does cash hold a place in the future of money or are digital transactions now king? Our guest author Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, wants to know your thoughts.
It’s well known that care home costs can be high, but do people really know the full extent of what they might have to pay?
On Monday, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond MP, will set out the UK Government’s proposals for tax and spending for the next financial year. Here’s what we want to see, based on our campaigning through 2018.
Working out what’s what on your mobile phone bill can often be a bit of a headache. But are you being charged for services you didn’t know you were signed up to?
With today’s news that more help is on the way for victims of bank transfer fraud, our guest, Michael Sleddon, shares his unfortunate experience.
Whether we’re using contactless to buy lunch or our phones to pay for a train or bus journey, many of us are now cashless, relying on cards to run our daily routines. So how would you cope if you lost the lot?