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'Ask Ma how to waste £50 million - it must completely change strategy'

20 March 2015

The Treasury has finally released its response to the independent report commissioned on the Money Advice Service

TSB to be taken over by Banco de Sabadell

20 March 2015

Spain's Banco de Sabadell and TSB have reached an agreement on a £1.7 billion takeover of the British lender

Budget 2015: Mini tax cut announced

18 March 2015

The majority of people will get a small tax cut over the next few years, under new changes to the personal allowance

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17 March 2015

Received a letter from Erudio quoting outdated regulations? Let us know

A graduate has reported receiving a letter from student loans provider Erudio, which quoted incorrect regulations

12 March 2015

'Cowardly' Treasury buries independent report into Money Advice Service

MoneySavingExpert is today calling for the Treasury to publish the independent report on the Money Advice Service

12 March 2015

Foodbank financial triage scheme to be rolled out across the UK

A donation from Comic Relief means those attending Trussell Trust foodbanks will be able to get more help

11 March 2015

'Everyone should have access to banking, affordable credit and be encouraged to save'

A financial health minister is needed to help ensure everyone has access to basic facilities, a new report says

10 March 2015

Payday lenders are failing customers in arrears

Payday lenders are "failing customers in arrears" and using "unacceptable practices", a review of the market has found

3 March 2015

12 things they don't want you to know

A company's job is to make money, nowt wrong with that, but here's a dirty dozen tricks to turn the system around

27 February 2015

Labour to cut tuition fees to £6,000 a year if it wins election

University tuition fees will be cut from £9,000 to £6,000 a year if Labour wins the General Election, Ed Miliband says

27 February 2015

Revised Erudio deferral form available from today

Graduates with an Erudio student loan who are eligible to defer paying it can now use the firm's revised deferral forms

25 February 2015

The best and worst banks: First Direct tops the table and Barclays gets the wooden spoon

More than 90% of First Direct's current account customers rate its service as 'great', compared to 39% at Barclays

24 February 2015

Lloyds is worst offender for wrongly rejecting customer complaints

Lloyds Bank wrongly turned away the most complaints, with 74% of consumers' complaints upheld by the ombudsman

24 February 2015

Payday lenders must be on comparison sites from next year

Online payday lenders will be forced to publish details of their products on at least one price comparison website

10 February 2015

Vulnerable consumers pay triple high street prices for rent-to-own goods

Cash-strapped customers who buy TVs and washing machines through rent-to-own (RTO) schemes are paying three times more

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