A lot is due to happen in 2019 – not least the PPI claims deadline on August 29th – covering everything from how much tax you’re charged, what you’re paid in benefits and how to switch mobile phone providers.
Blog Category: Money Advice
New security measures being introduced by banks could give online shoppers problems in the run-up to Christmas.
Britain’s telecoms regulator has told the mobile phone industry that the way some firms are doing business is ‘unacceptable’ and has to change.
One of Britain’s former top banking executives believes the mobile phone industry ‘is making the same mistakes as the banks’ and could be heading for a PPI-type scandal.
Former Prime Minister and Chancellor Of The Exchequer Gordon Brown has claimed the world is ‘sleepwalking into the next financial crisis’ while current Chancellor Philip Hammond says we are still feeling the after-effects of the last.
British Gas has been fined £11.1 million by Ofgem for failing to meet energy efficiency targets and the money will go to charity.
Wages are set to rise above inflation for the first time since the crash, claims an economic forecaster.
When your family cashes-in your life insurance policy, will they have to pay inheritance tax? The answer to that question depends on a number of factors.
Having some sort of bank account is essential – you need it to receive your wages and to pay direct debits.
But what happens if you have a poor credit history and the bank won’t let you open an account?
Payday lenders face a crackdown by the UK financial watchdog which is worried about the exploitation of vulnerable customers.