Are you part of the cashless society? How often do you use cash?

During the pandemic we saw a decline in the use of cash, with people favouring other methods of payment, such as contactless. With the government planning to increase the contactless limit again next month – up to £100 – we want to find out how cashless our society is now, and how many still prefer using it.

How do you prefer to contact customer services?

Many firms' phone lines were overwhelmed during the pandemic, leading many to try different contact methods for the first time. This week, we want to know which you like best.

How much of your shopping is now online?

When we asked this question a year ago, two in three told us they did most of their shopping online. But with restrictions on going out lifted and social distancing measures easing, we want to know if that's changed.

How much are you worth (or do you owe)?

We asked this question last summer, but with restrictions continuing to ease and life for many slowly returning to 'normal', this week we want to get another snapshot of the nation's finances.

Do you risk going on holiday without travel insurance?

For years we've emphasised the importance of getting travel insurance ASAB – As Soon As you've Booked – so you're covered if you need to cancel before you go. With holidays back on the cards for many, whether you're going abroad or staying in the UK, we want to know if you risk going without travel insurance?

How do you rate your broadband provider?

We can tell you which are the cheapest broadband providers, but to keep our customer service ratings updated, we need your help.

Netflix, gyms, Sky – do you use the subscription services you pay for?

Subscriptions have boomed during the pandemic as many of us spent more time at home. Yet providers know once they hook you in, you don't leave, even if you've stopped using the service – that's why they offer free or cheap trials.

How much do you spend on your pet(s) a year?

Some three million households in the UK have taken on a new pet since the start of the pandemic, figures show. This week, we want to know how much you spend on your pet(s) a year.

At what age should kids be given their own mobile?

Are smartphones a tool that allow kids more freedom, or just another digital distraction? This week, we want to know what age you think it's generally acceptable for a child to have their first mobile phone.

Do you feel your overall finances have improved or worsened since the start of the pandemic?

This week in England saw so-called 'Freedom Day' with virtually all restrictions being lifted, and similar lockdown easing is happening across other UK nations. So this feels the right time to test the pulse of your finances.