In the lead up to the self-assessment deadline on 31 January we’ve been gathering and answering your burning tax return questions. Here’s a selection of some of the more interesting questions and answers…
This week I went to the offices of the Financial Ombudsman Service to take part in a collaborative Q&A – helping to solve those money head-scratchers. Have you ever taken a financial complaint to FOS?
Households carrying out energy efficiency improvements can now get up to £7,600 via a new Green Deal fund. In this post, Greg Barker answers questions about the fund and how the Green Deal’s going in general.
The floods have sadly been dominating our lives in recent weeks, so we’ve asked the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to answer some of your flood insurance questions.
This morning RBS and Natwest opened more than 1,000 branches early to deal with the fallout of their IT glitch. We put questions to the banking group to see how they plan to stop this from happening again.
The Conservative Party conference is underway – the last of the season – but what does our government think about energy tariffs, energy suppliers and renewables? We spoke to Greg Barker to find out.
The payday loan market was worth around £1.9 billion last year. APRs of over 1,000% are common. So is it time to limit the interest rates they charge? Martyn Saville talks to Mark Lovell, Executive Chairman of A4E.
With the Labour Party Conference in full swing, here’s the second of our politician Q&As. This time we quiz Chris Leslie, Shadow Financial Secretary to the Treasury, on the current state of financial services.
The Protection of Freedoms Bill proposes to outlaw clamping on private land and was debated yesterday in the House of Commons. We talk to the RAC Foundation’s Stephen Glaister to find out what it all means.
Ouch – yesterday’s news about rail fare increases is painful for commuters like me. So what are the facts and how might it all pan out? I’m putting my questions to our rail expert, James Tallack, to find out.
If you’re one of the lucky ones heading off to uni this Autumn, it’ll pay to keep your cash in check. Look no further – here’s everything you need to know from our student money expert.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) this week admitted that meat from a cloned cow’s offspring entered British food supplies. Sue Davies, Which? expert on food issues, answers our top eight questions on cloning.
If you’re off on holiday this summer, news of Goldtrail going bust will set alarm bells ringing. So what should you do if your tour operator goes bust? Which? Holiday’s Rochelle Turner answers your questions.
The Emergency Budget bought good and bad news about pensions, according to the pensions expert Ian Robinson here at Which? He tells us what you’ll be entitled to when you (finally) retire.