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It's official: Financial education to be compulsory in schools

Financial education will form a part of the compulsory national curriculum in England from September 2014

12 September 2013

Payday lenders shut up shop after OFT probe

Almost half of the payday lenders ordered by the OFT to prove their practices are up to scratch are leaving the market

14 August 2013

No current account competition probe, OFT says

The Office of Fair Trading tells banks they won't face a competition investigation - for now

15 May 2013

Courts should probe hidden charges, legal experts recommend

Courts should have the power to scrutinise the fairness of costs tucked away in small print, says the Law Commission

19 March 2013

Switching bank accounts 'must be made easier'

Banks are still not doing enough to help consumers find the best current account deals, says the OFT

25 January 2013

Car insurance down but home insurance up, says AA

Car insurance prices fell over the last three months, while home insurance premiums rose, according to the AA

23 October 2012

Car insurance industry faces competition probe

The Office of Fair Trading has referred the car insurance industry to the Competition Commission to investigate

28 September 2012

Consumers set for better protection from unfair contracts

Fierce competition could be driving some traders to hide full costs in the small print, the Law Commission says

25 July 2012

Flooding victim? Top tips for claiming on insurance

Summer may have arrived in much of the UK, but many households are still counting the cost of recent floods

24 July 2012

Claims firms' lies on PPI revealed by building societies

Claims firms push through complaints on mis-selling from those who've never had PPI, a trade association says

9 July 2012