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Supermarkets cut fuel prices again after one Birmingham station goes under £1/litre

If you're planning on filling up your car at Asda or Morrisons, hold off until tomorrow as petrol prices will be cut

12 January 2015

Free pension guidance service branded ‘Pension Wise’

Impartial guidance will be offered over the phone and face-to-face alongside the pension changes due in April

12 January 2015

Only 45% of those retiring to get full 'single-tier' state pension

Less than half of those reaching state pension age between 2016 and 2020 will be entitled to a full new state pension

12 January 2015

Self-assessment deadline looming – don't miss the 31 January deadline

If you don't file your return by the end of this month, you'll get a hefty £100 fine and pay interest on any tax owed

9 January 2015

Travelling outside Europe? You could incur hefty voicemail charges

Many mobile customers are being charged for messages they don't even listen to when travelling outside the EEA

9 January 2015

A third of online shoppers experienced problems with Christmas orders

During the Christmas-buying rush many retailers failed to meet online shoppers' expectations - one in three had issues

9 January 2015

TalkTalk to take over Tesco broadband and home phone customers

Tesco broadband and home phone customers will be moved to TalkTalk over the coming months, while it now owns Blinkbox

8 January 2015

Virgin Media begins notifying non-cable customers of transfer to TalkTalk

Home phone and broadband customers who aren't on the provider's cable network are being transferred to comparable deals

7 January 2015

Bank Fashion in administration, but stores remain open: what it means for you

Bank Fashion has gone into administration but stores are open as usual as it seeks a potential buyer

6 January 2015

Promises of cheaper self-service rail tickets overblown

The benefits of reforms to give commuters access to the cheapest train fares at machines have been vastly exaggerated

6 January 2015