Only 14 per cent of first time buyers and renters are able to accurately calculate how much they will spend when they move out of home, new research suggests.
A new Which? report questions whether the higher education market is delivering value for money for students.
Consumer confidence has climbed five points to 151, according to the Lloyds Bank Spending Power Report for October. That’s the second highest score since the start of the index.
Cyber crime has hit one in six adults, new research from Experian has revealed.
A national consumer campaign aimed at highlighting the importance of financial planning for all income groups will take place between 23 and 29 November.
Our winners have been announced in The Money Pages’ 17th annual Personal Finance Awards, celebrating the best businesses and products within the UK personal finance market. Well done to all the nominees and a massive congratulations to the winners.