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.
Supermarkets are cashing in on our low trust in banks through a growing range of financial products. But do they deserve a place on your shopping list?
Consumers will be given extra protection against rogue payday lenders and debt management companies, under new rules announced by the FCA on Friday.
Conservative MP, Ben Gummer, has suggested that National Insurance should be renamed 'earnings tax' and eventually merged with income tax.
The government has announced an amendment to the Pensions Bill which will require pension companies to reveal details of hidden fees and charges.
Credit card providers have been steadily pushing up the cost of borrowing over the past five years.
Which? launches a new campaign calling on insurers to show last year’s premium alongside renewal quotes, as it would prompt people to look for a better deal.