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RAC: Fuel prices could rise again as forecourts continue to charge higher prices
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Personal finance

RAC: Fuel prices could rise again as forecourts continue to charge higher prices

Wholesale fuel prices have slowly risen, but how much will you pay now and how can you save on the costs of driving?
1 Feb 2023
When will interest rates go up?
The Bank of England
UK Economy

When will interest rates go up?

New interest rates will be announced on 2 February – we look at what to expect.
1 Feb 2023
NS&I brings back one-year fixed bonds with highest rates since 2010
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Personal finance

NS&I brings back one-year fixed bonds with highest rates since 2010

NS&I’s one-year fixed bonds are back on sale after being pulled off the market in 2019 - but is the rate any good?
1 Feb 2023
Achieve your financial goals with St James’ Place
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Achieve your financial goals with St James’ Place

If you want 2023 to be the year you improve your financial position and help grow your money, then St. James’s Place can support.
1 Feb 2023
February’s Premium Bond millionaire winners revealed – how to check if you’ve won
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Personal finance

February’s Premium Bond millionaire winners revealed – how to check if you’ve won

This month will see the 500th premium bond holder celebrate winning the million pound jackpot in this month’s draw. We explain how to check if you’re …
1 Feb 2023
Mortgage borrowing falls by £1bn as property market slowdown continues
Mortgages

Mortgage borrowing falls by £1bn as property market slowdown continues

Data from the Bank of England reveals mortgage borrowing fell from £4.3bn in November to £3.2bn in December. We look at why the housing market is slow…
31 Jan 2023
Nine shared banking hubs revealed as more branches close
Personal finance

Nine shared banking hubs revealed as more branches close

Locations for nine new banking hubs have been revealed, which aim to plug the gaps left by bank branch closures. We explain who can use them, and if t…
31 Jan 2023
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Top 10 up and coming property areas in the UK
Property

Top 10 up and coming property areas in the UK

New research shows rural areas make for the best investment, while London boroughs dominated the bottom 10
31 Jan 2023
What to do with old £20 notes – how to exchange old notes for new ones
Personal finance

What to do with old £20 notes – how to exchange old notes for new ones

Old paper £20 and £50 notes are no longer legal tender. We explain what to do with your old banknotes and where to exchange them.
31 Jan 2023
Top 10 areas most immune to a house price crash
House prices

Top 10 areas most immune to a house price crash

New research pinpoints the towns, cities and London boroughs most insulated from house price falls this year - and which are the most exposed.
31 Jan 2023
Fund platform launches low cost £4.99 a month service for small investors - we see how it compares
Investments

Fund platform launches low cost £4.99 a month service for small investors - we see how it compares

Aimed at investors with small investment pots of £30k or less, fund platform interactive investors has launched a low costs service - but is it any go…
31 Jan 2023
How to ask for a pay rise
Personal finance

How to ask for a pay rise

A higher salary is the best way to combat the cost of living crisis. But it can feel awkward asking for a pay rise. We reveal our top tips on how best…
31 Jan 2023
The best offers for switching banks – get up to £200 free cash
Personal finance

The best offers for switching banks – get up to £200 free cash

Looking to move bank accounts? You can now bag as much as £200 for switching current accounts.
31 Jan 2023
Is now a good time to buy a house?
Property

Is now a good time to buy a house?

Is now a good time to buy a house? That’s something many people might be asking as house prices, and mortgage rates, begin to decline
30 Jan 2023
Government consults on small pensions pots - here’s what to do if you have several small pension pots
Pensions

Government consults on small pensions pots - here’s what to do if you have several small pension pots

The Department for Work and Pensions has started consulting on helping workers who hold a number of small pension pots. We look at how the government …
30 Jan 2023
Self-assessment tax returns: what you need to know about getting your tax bill right
Income tax

Self-assessment tax returns: what you need to know about getting your tax bill right

Understanding how self assessment works can help you ensure you pay the right amount of tax, as well as avoid penalties for missing the deadline.
30 Jan 2023
Zoopla: house prices stalled at the end of 2022
House prices

Zoopla: house prices stalled at the end of 2022

The property market looks primed for a slow burn start, and buyers are turning towards flats instead of homes as they prioritise affordability, latest…
30 Jan 2023
Will energy prices go down in 2023?
Personal finance

Will energy prices go down in 2023?

Wholesale gas prices are on a downward trajectory, but does this mean lower energy bills later this year?
27 Jan 2023
Best regular savings accounts – January 2023
Savings

Best regular savings accounts – January 2023

You can earn an attractive rate on the best regular savings accounts. We tell you the best on the market to take advantage of right now
27 Jan 2023
Equity release v downsizing – which is best?
Personal finance

Equity release v downsizing – which is best?

Equity release hit a record high in 2022. But is downsizing a better way to hold on to your money?
27 Jan 2023
Best savings accounts – January 2023
Savings

Best savings accounts – January 2023

Interest rates on cash savings are making a comeback. We look at the best savings accounts on the market now
27 Jan 2023
The High Income Child Benefit Charge - is it the most illogical, unfair and unnecessary tax?
Personal finance

The High Income Child Benefit Charge - is it the most illogical, unfair and unnecessary tax?

We may not like taxes, but this one is blatantly unfair, penalises middle income earners and adds to the gender pensions gap, says Kalpana Fitzpatrick…
27 Jan 2023