It seems crazy to be thinking about Christmas so far ahead of the event but it is definitely smart to plan ahead for what is undoubtedly the most expensive part of the year.
As we come down from the highs of the festive season, it's not just our heads that may be suffering; our bank balance may also have taken a hit - which is particularly difficult for those already struggling with debts to deal with.
We asked readers to write in with their views on the use of tallow in the new polymer £5 note, which we have since discovered is a finalist to the "World banknote of the year" competition.
The ‘C’ word. Whether it fills you with dread or gets you rushing out for tinsel to Deck the Halls with, there’s no escaping the fact Christmas is approaching.
This is surely the most obvious personal finance tip ever – perhaps even more hackneyed than saving money by not buying a coffee every day – but… it really is worth opening your letters.
Households are frequently told they could save up to £300 by switching energy tariff, but often it’s hard to be motivated even by figures as big as this.
So to help give you that extra push, I’m going to tell you my story.
I moved into a new flat last year, and once everything was sorted out, checking the energy provider was high on my to-do list.
Plenty of people in retirement will be surprised and disappointed by the government’s decision to scrap its plans for a secondary annuities market. Under the plans existing&nb
This book’s actual title is somewhat longer than what we’ve given it in our competition to win one of two copies. Its full title is ‘Loaded: Money, psychology, and how to get ahead without leaving your values behind.’ You can see why we shortened it.
‘Stoptober’ got off the ground on 1 October, and I am one of hundreds of thousands of smokers who will try not to smoke over the next 28 days.