Mortgages & Homes
The Prime Minister has been urged not to let consumer rights 'fall by the wayside' during negotiations
Millions of workers in their early 40s face having to wait an extra year to collect their state pension
Yorkshire Building Society is offering a new market-leading two-year fixed rate mortgage.
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Budget 2017: Airbnb rentals may no longer qualify for tax break as Government plans 'Rent a Room' overhaul
Homeowners who rent out their properties via sites such as Airbnb may no longer be able to access a Government tax break
No change to previously planned alcohol and tobacco duty rises - but an effective floor price on cigarette packs is set
The Chancellor has announced in today's Budget that class 4 NI rates will increase to 10% (currently 9%) from April 2018
Disabled customers and employees are to be given a voice to promote change and trigger improvements in various sectors
Mortgage lenders are engaged in an all-out price war with five-year fixes at record lows
A network blip meant some EE customers could not access their HMRC account to submit their self-assessment tax return
Energy customers continue to receive incorrect info about the switching process by Big Six firms
Line rental will rise from £17.40/mth to £18.99/mth on 1 March 2017 for all but landline-only Sky customers
Grandparents who help with childcare at risk of missing out on full state pension – act NOW to protect it
Thousands of grandparents who've given up work to look after their grandchildren could be missing out on a pension boost
Time is running out for millions of taxpayers to file their online self-assessment tax return by the end of the month
Review options this Xmas in case best buys vanish, eg, 1.17% 2yr fix
EE phone and broadband customers are facing an average £18/year hike to line rental costs from 23 January