Coin collecting is an incredibly popular hobby – and one that could prove quite fruitful if you get some valuable pieces. Do you enjoy finding rare coins? Are you building a collection?
Posts tagged with "money"
With one year to go until the deadline for making a PPI claim, did you know that claims are also open to relatives of the deceased?
Only a small fraction of us are planning for care costs in later life, according to our new research. How concerned should we be?
The FCA has estimated that 150,000 ‘mortgage prisoners’ are stuck on poor value deals due to changes in lending rules. But will the FCA’s proposals set them free?
Tourists are an easy target for scammers and criminals – but also for businesses trying to pull a fast one. Have you been ripped off on holiday by a cafe, taxi or other business?
Despite a 0.25% bump in the base rate last week, interest rates remain well below inflation and have for nearly a decade now – so, have you spurned savings accounts and invested your money elsewhere?
Open Banking – the ability to securely share your current account data with trusted third parties – has been running in the UK for a few months. Guest author, Caroline Ambrose, from Barclays UK, explains…
Are you planning to catch some summer sunshine abroad? What form of travel money are you intending on taking with you?
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has said it will be looking into the high-cost credit sector, which includes overdrafts, next month. But is this too little too late, asks our guest author Rachel Reeves MP?
With bank branches closing across the country, there has never been a more pressing time to look at the future provision of cash and access to financial services. Ged Killen MP explains more.
A recent BBC investigation found that more than 250 YouTube channels are being paid to promote EduBirdie, a service which lets students buy essays rather than write them themselves. Is cheating rife in our schools and universities?
Our new survey shows over 50 per cent of people in Scotland think ATMs are essential for day-to-day living. And closures may hit rural and island communities hardest. How will would it affect you?
Due to the dramatic rise of public interest in cryptocurrencies, rogue organisations are capitalising on the opportunity to scam people out of their hard-earned money. Our guest, John Mitchison from the DMA, tells you how to spot a cryptocurrency scam and what you can do to help stop their rise… (more on avoiding cryptocurrency scams…)
Do you still pay for most things in cash or do you find yourself relying more and more on contactless or chip and Pin cards? (more on carrying cash…)