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

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

'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

Government unveils Pensioner Bond rates – and they're market-leading

Pensioner Bonds will pay market-leading rates of 2.8% on a one-year bond and 4% on a three-year bond from January 2015

Possibility of five day current account switching to be investigated: Autumn Statement 2014

The Chancellor of the Exchequer has today called for a review of the seven day current account switching period

Personal tax allowance to rise: Autumn Statement 2014

From April 2015, the Government will raise the amount of income workers can earn before they pay tax to £10,600

Victory! Child Trust Funds can be moved into Junior Isas from 2015

Six million children will benefit as Child Trust Funds can be switched into junior Isas, the Government announces

Co-op Energy trims price hike as green tax cut expected

Co-operative Energy has reduced the amount it's going to hike prices by from 4.5% to 2.5% from 8 January

Help to Buy 95% mortgages launch today: What are the deals like?

NatWest and RBS are among the providers which will offer 95% mortgage deals under the Government's Help to Buy scheme

Introduce season ticket tax breaks, Boris Johnson says

Boris Johnson says the Treasury should consider a season ticket tax break to reduce travel costs for commuters

RPI measure of inflation to remain

RPI, which is linked to retirement income and other investments, should remain unchanged says the national statistician

Northern Rock pays £270m to 150,000 after cock-up

Around 152,000 Northern Rock customers will get an average £1,775 compensation due to a paperwork error

New watchdog to police peer-to-peer lending

Consumers should have better protection when using peer-to-peer lending firms over the next few years