Many banks are still struggling to hit their targets to deal with payment protection insurance complaints, despite an extension from the Financial Services Authority (FSA).
Household finances are falling faster than at the height of the recession, according to a new survey.
Credit card companies Halifax and Barclaycard are caught in a head-to-head battle to try to bring out the longest 0% balance transfer period - both are now offering 0% for 22 months.
Private rents rose 0.6% month-on-month in July to a record high of £705 a month on average and taking annual rent inflation to 4.2%, according to LSL Property Services.
TalkTalk has been fined £3 million by Ofcom for incorrectly billing thousands of customers.
A Level students face a desperate struggle to claim their university places this year, before next year's tuition fee hikes, with twice as many applicants as there are places.
Lloyds, Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest have announced that they will bar any basic bank customers from using rival banks' ATMs.
The economy was dealt a blow today with reports that unemployment is on the rise – with the number of women out of work at its highest level for over two decades.
The average mortgage fee has risen by £151 over the past year, according to Moneyfacts.co.uk.
Cranbrook in Kent is the slowest area in the UK for internet broadband, according to research from uSwitch.
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