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Students could get TV licence cashback

Students moving home for the summer holidays could get nearly £40 cashback on the remainder of their TV licence

12 May 2011

Home repossessions up 15%

Some 9,100 properties were taken by mortgage lenders during the first quarter of 2011

12 May 2011

Energy debts up three-fold in past four years

Charity the Money Advice Trust says it has seen a 181% jump in the number of people seeking advice for fuel debts

12 May 2011

NS&I revives inflation-beating savings certificates

The five-year NS&I deal tracks the RPI inflation measure plus 0.5% on deposits between £100 and £15,000

12 May 2011

Scottish and Southern Energy guilty of doorstep mis-selling

Scottish and Southern Energy falsely told unsuspecting customers they were paying too much on their existing deal

11 May 2011

Co-op enters energy market, but is it any good?

Co-op Energy has got the go-ahead from regulator Ofgem following a two-month trial, but its tariff could be pricey

11 May 2011

Don't fall into the red as Olympic ticket payments delayed

London 2012 bidders need to have enough money in their accounts by next week or risk getting hit by bank charges

10 May 2011

Asda, Morrisons and Tesco cut petrol prices

Three major supermarkets cut diesel and unleaded prices following a sharp drop in the cost of oil

10 May 2011

Charities want Government to help struggling families on childcare

Save the Children and the Daycare Trust have launched the biggest ever consultation on soaring childcare costs

10 May 2011

Banks throw in the towel on PPI

The banking trade body has admitted defeat in the PPI judicial review which could mean a £9bn boost to consumers

9 May 2011