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The Which? Money Podcast is exploring how couples handle joint finances at different stages of a relationship. Do you have a story to tell?
Would you use an app that links to your bank account to help manage debt? Our guest explains more on the week of Open Banking’s second anniversary.
I was due to fly with Thomas Cook in January. After the company went under, I was worried about getting my money back. Here’s how I was able to do it.
In recent years there has been rapid growth in the number of people buying from online marketplaces, including sites like eBay and Amazon Marketplace, with over 90% of people in the UK having bought from one.
Ever been tempted by an attractive investment opportunity? Our guest, Andrew Bailey of the Financial Conduct Authority, discusses if it’s a risk worth taking.
Our Cash Summit brought together everyone who’s anyone in banking and finance. Now, we’re discussing what’s next for our Freedom to Pay campaign.
Last-minute negotiations to save Thomas Cook have ended in failure. Are you affected?
How can you make sure you’re donating to authentic causes? Our guest, the Fundraising Regulator, explains how the work it does helps give you confidence.
A fraudulent Facebook ad posing as a luxury retailer tricked this victim into parting with their cash. Would you be able to spot it?
I’d never heard of Loss Assessors before running into huge issues with my flat. Now, I’m extremely grateful they exist. Have you ever used one? Here’s what happened.
Is it a fair assumption that a parent will fund their child to some extent during university? This wasn’t the case for me – here’s my experience.
For some women who experience domestic abuse, having access to cash can be a matter of life or death. Our guest, Refuge’s Lisa King, explains how and why.
Scammers are still using Martin Lewis’s image in fraudulent Bitcoin adverts, but now they’re emailing them directly using fake mockups of the Mirror’s website.