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Winter 2019: will your home insurance protect you?

Burst pipes and boiler breakdown are more likely during the colder months, but the majority of home insurance policies don't cover these home emergencies. Find out how to make sure your home is protected.

HSBC launches pay monthly subscription insurance: will it save you money?

HSBC Select and Cover is a new subscription service which allows you to buy up to seven insurance policies from £19.50 a month. But will it save you any money?

HMRC overcharges £500m in pension tax: are you owed a refund?

Pensioners have been overcharged more than £500m in tax since the introduction of the pension freedoms in 2015, according to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).

Couples married for five years could claim more than £1,000 from HMRC

Couples who are married or in a civil partnership could be owed over £1,000 by HMRC but 700,000 are missing out. Find out how to claim your rebate.

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Burglary claims rise 115% on Bonfire Night: is your home safe?

An increasing number of criminals are targetting homes on Halloween and Bonfire Night. Find out whether your home insurance will protect you.

Car insurance premiums plummet 5%: how much will you save?

The cost of car insurance has fallen by 5% on average. We explain why prices are falling and how you can find a cheap car insurance policy.

Four ways to boost your pension if you’re self-employed

Find out four simple ways to make sure you save enough into your pension for retirement if you're self-employed.

Women caring for children £45,000 worse off in pension savings

Caring for children could leave you significantly worse off at retirement. Find out how to bridge the parental pensions pay gap.

The fault in our cards: how freezing your debit card won’t block all payments

Find out why your debit or credit card could still be used to make some contactless payments even after it's been frozen or cancelled.

Funding Circle investors face three-month wait to withdraw money

Find out why Funding Circle investors face a four-month wait to get their money and whether peer-to-peer investing is worth using.

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