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Universal credit delays causing rent arrears to 'drop off a cliff', MPs warned

MPs have been warned that delays in benefit payments under universal credit are pushing more people into debt

US firm demands VAT on apps bought up to two years ago - you DON'T have to pay

Had an email asking you to pay VAT on a past purchase from Squirrels? You don't have to

'I avoided debt thanks to £45,000 in PPI reclaims'

A self-employed IT consultant who was left without work has avoided going into debt after reclaiming £45,000 in PPI

Majority of customers yet to claim for mis-sold PPI - here's what you need to know

The official two-year countdown to the final deadline to reclaim mis-sold PPI has begun

Slow-down in PPI decisions due to Plevin

A new PPI ruling which means millions more may be able to claim mis-selling compensation is causing a backlog

Hopes for Mastercard class action appeal

Former financial services ombudsman has now asked for permission to appeal in Mastercard case

Ed Sheeran's promoter helps fans chase refunds after hundreds sold 'invalid' tickets

Fans who've bought Ed Sheeran tickets on reselling sites such as Viagogo have been warned they won't be able to get in

Letting fees ban and whiplash fraud crackdown in Queen's Speech - but no energy price cap bill

The Queen has laid out the laws that the government hopes to pass

Eligible for carer's credit? Don't put your state pension at risk by not claiming it

Up to 230,000 unpaid carers are putting their state pension in jeopardy by not claiming carer's credit

Martin's general election analysis: What the result means for you

The general election result means we will have a hung Parliament

High Court judge to consider bid for judicial review of PPI reclaim deadline

A PPI claims has applied to the High Court for a judicial review of the FCA's decision to set a time-bar on claims

PPI complaints dominate FCA data as clock ticks down to reclaim deadline

Consumers received almost £1.9bn in redress during the second half of 2016, with PPI topping the complaints list

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