Register by 26 November to vote in December's general election – here's what you need to know
Anyone planning to vote in December's general election who isn't yet on the electoral roll has until Tuesday 26 November to register
19 November 2019
Sainsbury's Nectar 'double-up' promo now on – here's what you need to know
Nectar customers can spend their double-up vouchers in Sainsbury's stores from Wednesday 13 November
11 November 2019
Tesco Clubcard Plus launches – here are the full details
Tesco's new Clubcard Plus subscription service, which will give perks such as discounted shopping for a £7.99 a month fee, will launch on Friday 8 November
8 November 2019
Lloyds Trustcard customers only have weeks to spend their points ahead of reward shake-up
Lloyds is revamping its legacy Trustcard credit card reward scheme, meaning customers will earn cashback rather than points – but some will have just weeks to redeem hundreds of pounds of points to avoid losing them
31 October 2019
Up to 2,000 Thomas Cook customers haven't received direct debit refunds – here's what you need to know
Around 2,000 Thomas Cook customers who paid by direct debit have yet to receive their refunds - more than two weeks after they expected to receive their cash
30 October 2019
Barriers removed for some mortgage prisoners – but Martin says it will only 'unchain a tiny fraction'
The financial regulator has removed some barriers that stop mortgage prisoners from finding a cheaper deal – though many will still be left trapped.
28 October 2019
Payday lender QuickQuid goes into administration – what you need to know
Britain's biggest payday lender has said it will pull out of the UK after a series of complaints and regulatory uncertainty rocked the business
26 October 2019
Barclays reverses decision on post office cash withdrawals
Barclays has scrapped plans to stop customers being able to withdraw cash from post offices
25 October 2019
Peer-to-peer lender Funding Secure goes into administration – what you need to know
Peer-to-peer lender Funding Secure has gone into administration – here's what you need to know
24 October 2019
Toto Energy stops trading – what you need to know
Small energy supplier Toto Energy has ceased to trade
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Iceland is giving away free £30 food vouchers to pensioners struggling with the cost of living - but hurry, there's only limited numbers left9 August 2022Iceland is giving away free one-off £30 food vouchers to certain pensioners struggling with the cost-of-living. At launch, 40,000 vouchers were available and the deadline to apply is 18 August. However, the supermarket said there's been a strong uptake with voucher numbers starting to dwindle - so hurry to apply if you're eligible as it's on a first come, first serve basis.
Martin Lewis urges 'zombie Government' to 'wake up' as energy price cap predicted to rise to £4,266 a year9 August 2022Millions of people are facing "unaffordable" energy bill rises from October, as the price cap is now predicted to rise from £1,971 a year to £3,582 a year for someone on typical use, with a further 19% rise expected in January 2023, taking typical bills to £4,266 a year.
9 August 2022RAC breakdown cover policyholders will see prices hiked, in some cases by more than 30%, at renewal. But if you've had a notification of a price rise, you don't have to accept it. You may be able to leave penalty-free, or haggle to get the price lowered.
9 August 2022The Bank of England has increased the base rate to 1.75% from 1.25% - the biggest single rise in 27 years. This rate is used by the central bank to charge other banks and lenders when they borrow money – and influences what borrowers pay and savers earn.
Coventry Building Society customers hit by payment delays after online services go down – here's what you need to know9 August 2022Coventry Building Society customers have been unable to make payments, transfer cash or withdraw from their current and savings accounts online after "an internal technical issue" meant some of its services went down for almost two days.
9 August 2022It is a national tragedy that getting on for a million pensioners, many of whom have been paying into the system for years, are missing out on a critical boost to their income. It's called pension credit, and this year it also means you get an extra £650 to help with energy bills.
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5 July 2022
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