Cutting pension tax relief for additional and higher rate taxpayers is a tempting way to raise revenue, but the 2014 Budget seems unlikely to make big changes.
Which? unveils its 'bargain calendar' to help consumers learn the best time of year to buy certain goods.
Pension providers will offer all customers impartial advice about buying annuities, as part of new regulations being introduced by the ABI.
Firms that sell general insurance add-ons will be required to highlight poor value products to consumers under new proposals announced today by the FCA.
George Osborne has been urged to scrap the 40% tax rate in this year's Budget and replace it with a 45% bracket for those earning more than £65,000
New Marks & Spencer current account to be launched in summer
With the Bank of England base Rate set to remain at 0.5% on its fifth anniversary, Which? covers what you can do to beat low savings rates
George Osborne faces a mounting tide of calls for tax cuts, ranging from air passenger duty, fuel duty and VAT on housing renovation, to energy taxes and CGT
Savers seeking a better return on their money could be given a boost as talks about including peer-to-peer and crowdfunding investments in Isa wrappers take place ahead of the Budget.
Savers looking to make the most of their £5,760 tax-free cash Isa allowance before the end of the tax year face limited choice and uncompetitive interest rates.