Have you applied for a payment holiday?

With many struggling as a result of the coronavirus crisis, lenders, utility firms and others are offering some the opportunity to take payment holidays, where you stop making payments for a set period (though beware, in many cases you will still rack up interest). So we want to know how many are applying for a payment freeze, and on what bills...

What are your favourite at-home hobbies?

With the Government urging us all to stay at home as much as possible right now, many are dedicating more time to hobbies at home – or even trying to pick up a new one. This week, we want to find out how you’re spending your leisure time in lockdown.

Have you been furloughed?

The UK's coronavirus lockdown continues, with all areas of life impacted. This week, we want to know how your WORK has been affected. The Government is allowing employers to furlough staff, and also has initiatives to help people in other employment categories. Please tell us below whether you’ve been able to access them.

How are you finding staying at home under lockdown?

The UK’s in lockdown after the Government closed schools, pubs, restaurants and gyms, and issued a strict directive for everyone to stay and work at home if you can. How are you finding life under lockdown so far?

Which of these TV box sets are your all-time favourites?

With most people sat at home, it's time to go box set bonkers. So the MSE team have picked their favourites - and now we want you to pick yours. No complaints please if your all-time box set darling is missing. That's just hard cheese! (Or you can discuss it in our box set forum discussion.) Please vote for your FAVOURITE THREE.

Can your finances cope with UKs gradual shutdown?

We are entering a national period of self-isolation and a likely, coronavirus-driven, hopefully short-term recession. How well set up are you (and your family) FINANCIALLY to weather it?

What do you buy second-hand?

It's cheap and environmentally friendly, yet some people think only new will do. Please select ALL of the items that you'd be happy to buy second-hand, if they were decent quality and cheaper.

Have you haggled with Sky, BT, the AA and more this year? Did you succeed?

Haggling can provide big savings – on anything from digital TV and broadband to credit cards, breakdown cover and insurance. Each year we try to gauge the success rates of those who have done it. So please let us know if you've gained cheaper prices, extra goods, better deals or reduced interest. Which of these firms have you tried to haggle with IN THE LAST YEAR? (Select as many as you want from the major providers below.)

Do you have a will? If not, why not?

If you want to dictate where your assets go when you die, you need a will. Die without one and on top of the grief, it can cause a financial nightmare for the people you care about. A will can be made cheaply, and sometimes for free (see our Cheap Wills guide). So do you have a will and if not, why not? Please select ALL of the options that apply to you.

How do you rate your bank account's service?

Every six months, we ask for your help to track the quality of customer service provided by banks. By comparing your answers with last time, we can see which have got better or worse. Please vote based on CUSTOMER SERVICE for your main CURRENT account over the last SIX MONTHS. Ignore rates or any other products, and service if it's more than six months old.