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Don't underinsure your household belongings, Ombudsman warns

If you're taking out contents insurance, ensure you don't underestimate the value of your goods, the Ombudsman warns

21 October 2014

Halifax glitch leaves some bank accounts off credit files

If you've upgraded your Halifax Current Account, your credit file may not be updated due to an IT bug

21 October 2014

Energy comparison sites hide cheap tariffs, but we don't

'Energy switch sites hide cheapest tariffs, not us', say Martin Lewis and

20 October 2014

Keep forgetting your PIN? Fingerprint recognition cards on the way

Shoppers will be able to use fingerprint authenticated bank cards to pay for shopping from next year

20 October 2014

Regulator rejects our calls to reopen CPP redress scheme

The FCA has disappointingly rejected's calls to re-open the CPP redress scheme

20 October 2014

Government seeks advice on how to include P2P lending in NISAs

Savers are a step closer to being able to earn a tax-free income from peer-to-peer lending

17 October 2014

Beware split tariff mobile contracts if you're about to apply for credit

If you're planning to buy a latest model phone from O2, be aware that you'll actually be taking out a loan

17 October 2014

Sky customers to be hit with line rental price hikes

Sky is upping line rental by £1/month from 1 December alongside a number of other call costs

17 October 2014

First £12 green levy rebate to come on your next electricity bill

Electricity customers will get a £12 rebate off their next energy bill as a result of Government moves to lower costs

16 October 2014

Current account switching up 22% as consumers wise up to better deals

More than one million current accounts have been switched during the first year of the seven-day switching regime

15 October 2014