The government did not discriminate against women when it increased the state pension age for women to equalise it with men, the high court has ruled.
Research reveals platforms are failing to help their customers understand what they are paying for.
Saga has launched two new savings products for the over-50s which offer discounts on food, travel, events and competitions
Experts warn that prices could drop as much as 5% in the event of a no-deal Brexit
An inflation-busting 4% state pension uplift is forecast for April 2020 under the ‘triple lock’ system
If the abolition of Section 21 goes ahead more landlords could leave the market, a new report warns
The City watchdog has fined Prudential £23,875,000 for mis-selling its annuity products
BT customers are paying £236 a year more than they should for their broadband
The new account offers greater flexibility than other regular savers on the market
Age UK says TV licence fraud could go up by 13% once the licence fee is scrapped next year
Victims of push payment fraud lost £207.5 million in the first six months of the year
The number of people paying charges for going over the pension allowance has rocketed by 11,000% in the last 10 years