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Food labelling shake-up 'to save shoppers £1 billion' - are you keeping the right fruit and veg in the fridge?

New food labelling guidance that could save shoppers £1 billion a year has been published today

Citizens Advice issues warning over unwanted subscriptions

Many consumers are facing huge difficulties trying to cancel unwanted subscriptions such as gym memberships

Rise in household bills slowing, MSE Bills Tracker shows

The rate at which household bills and expenses are increasing has slowed, according to our MSE Bills Tracker

A 32-year-old sandwich toaster and a 1960s kettle: MoneySavers reveal their oldest still-working appliances

A 32-year-old sandwich toaster and a 1960s kettle: MoneySavers reveal their oldest still-working appliances

Autumn Budget 2017: Marriage tax allowance extended to bereaved partners

Widows or widowers can claim up to £662 in backdated marriage tax allowance, it has emerged

Autumn Budget 2017: Universal credit to be paid out earlier

Universal credit claimants will no longer have to wait six weeks before receiving their first payout

Uber hacked - what you need to know

Cab app Uber has admitted the details of 57 million customers were stolen during in a hack in 2016

Full Autumn Budget 2017 round-up as Chancellor unveils Government spending plans

The Chancellor Philip Hammond unveiled a wave of measures in today's Budget

Tax-Free Childcare delayed for older children after website chaos

The Government's flagship new Tax-Free Childcare scheme will open to parents of kids under six next week

Increase in debts passed to bailiffs by local authorities - here's what you need to know

The number of debts passed to bailiffs by local authorities in England and Wales has jumped 14% in two years

Martin to fund first-ever personal finance textbook for schools

Half a million financial education textbooks will be given to English schools in an initiative funded by Martin

Facebook Messenger to allow you to transfer money within a chat

You'll soon be able to send cash to your family and friends using Facebook's Messenger app

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