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Change graduation debt rules, universities told

Universities have been told to change debt rules which could stop students from graduating or continuing their courses

18 February 2014

First Utility cuts costs for paying cash – but switch to direct debit to save on energy bills

First Utility has cut its fees if you pay for energy by cash or cheque. But switch to direct debit to save on bills

18 February 2014

Yorkshire Building Society pays £8.4m in refunds after mortgage blunder

Yorkshire Building Society has admitted wrongly charging mortgage customers who had fallen behind with repayments

17 February 2014

Pensions firms face competition probe over annuities

The FCA is to investigate the annuities market amid concerns it's depriving many pensioners of a fair retirement

14 February 2014

One million join MSE's Cheap Energy Club to take on the big six

One million households are using's Cheap Energy Club to fight back against gas and electric costs

14 February 2014

Tesco Clubcard holders: Consider changing passwords after breach

Tesco Clubcard users should consider changing passwords, after 2,000 login details have been published by fraudsters

14 February 2014

HomeServe fined £30.6m for mis-selling insurance – can you get money back?

Thousands of Homeserve customers could get redress after it was fined £30.6 million for mis-selling insurance products

13 February 2014

First Utility to hike energy prices by 3.5% in April

Nearly 130,000 First Utility customers will be hit with a 3.5% price hike from 1 April, the firm announced today

13 February 2014

Hit by floods or storms? Tips for insurance and travel problems

Storms have battered home and left tens of thousands of homes remain without power. We explains your rights

13 February 2014

It's official: You CAN use a 2for1 voucher on a first date

Over 85% of people think it's acceptable to use a 2for1 voucher in a restaurant on a first date

13 February 2014