MasterCard is facing a claim of up to £14bn in a landmark UK collective action case over card charges that were passed on to shoppers.
Which? looks at how coronavirus has impacted the introduction of the pensions dashboard, auto-enrolment contributions and investment help for pension savers.
The Bank of England has cut UK interest rates to a record low of 0.1% to protect the economy against coronavirus. Here's what it means for your money.
The government has postponed controversial IR35 reforms for the private sector until 2021 to help ease the strain of COVID-19. Find out what it means for you.
Which? provides useful tips to file your tax return by midnight and avoid paying a penalty.
New research claims 'buy now, pay later' schemes such as Klarna and Clearpay can affect shoppers' credit ratings - but is this really true? Which? investigates.
Debt-busting 0% balance transfer credit cards are getting scarcer even as the deadline to suspend cards of long-term debtors looms.
Which? explains how Nesta Open Up 2020 finalists including Creditspring , Canopy and Toucan plan to transform borrowing, saving, credit scores and more using Open Banking.
Savings providers could set a single rate for easy-access accounts held longer than 12 months providing an estimated £260m boost in interest payments.
Find out how ex-lovers, the wrong address, having too many credit cards and fraudsters could be dragging your score down - and what to do about it.