Almost one million people face fines for missing the tax return deadline on Friday 31 January. Will they be able to appeal?
A cross-party group of MPs want to change inheritance tax and gift-giving rules
New coins marking the UK's departure from the EU will go into circulation from 31 January 2020.
The surviving spouse will now get £270,000, but experts warn leaving a will is the best way to avoid family fights
Has a teacher inspired your kids to be financially savvy? Then nominate them for one of our prestigious awards
Parents will have the statutory right to paid bereavement leave from April
Unemployment is at its lowest since 1974, according to government figures.
Goals include increasing the number of savers by two million and reducing the reliance on credit cards for day-to-day spending
Potholes and uneven pavements cause billions of pounds worth of damage every year and lead to hundreds of injuries. But what are your rights if you are injured or your car or bike is damaged?
The new coin depicts different instruments from each band member
Moneywise editor Rachel Rickard Straus visits the winners of Moneywise’s annual awards, who each received £5,000 from interactive investor to spend in their school
Since the introduction of a voluntary code last year, victims of fraud only get an average of 48% of their money back