House prices rose by an average of 1.1% during the second quarter of the year, with all regions of the UK seeing a moderation in the rate of house price falls.
Homeowners are being warned of the danger of subsidence, with the summer's hot, dry weather putting more homes at risk of collapsing.
Customers of Lloyds TSB are now able to receive bank balance updates via text message as part of the bank’s new Balance on Demand service.
If you bought tickets to Michael Jackson's sell-out comeback tour then you may be able to get your money back.
Financial advisers who are paid commission are set become a thing of the past following proposals for a radical shake-up of the investment sector.
The results are in from Moneywise’s Customer Service Awards 2009 – find out the UK’s most trusted providers as voted by you.
Citizens Advice has accused lenders of intimidating borrowers by threatening to make them sell their homes even where the debt was not secured against the property.
Energy suppliers are overcharging customers by an average of £74 a year by failing to pass on the cheaper cost of crude oil, an independent consumer watchdog has claimed.
One in five victims of identity theft fails to get all of their lost money back from their bank - find out how to protect yourself and what your rights are if the worst happens.
The official rate of interest is unlikely to increase from its current level of 0.5% in the near future, the head of the Bank of England has hinted.
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