Mobile billing errors costing consumers £64 million - survey
Merkel and Macron propose eurozone budget
Urban-rural divide in how consumers experience financial services revealed
People with longstanding mental health problems 'more likely to be in poverty'
Owning a home 'potentially £2,268 a year cheaper than renting'
First-time buyers could potentially make a saving of £2,268 per year on average if they were able to get on the housing ladder rather than rent -
Cash no longer king as debit card use overtook notes and coins in 2017
Debit card payments overtook the number of those made by cash for the first time last year, a trade association has said.There were 13.2 billion
Modest loss for US stocks as markets weigh fears of US-China trade war
US stocks finished a whirlwind week with a modest loss on Friday as markets gauged how much to fret about the US administration's decision to
Citigroup to pay £75m in US to settle charges it manipulated Libor rate
Citigroup has agreed to pay 100 million US dollars (£75 million) in the US to settle charges that its bankers manipulated an important interest rate
PM in plea to retailers over wages and staff benefits after Sainsbury's pay row
Theresa May has called on retailers to provide competitive wages and bonus schemes for staff amid a furious row over workers' contracts at
Insurance claims for broken TVs 'could jump as World Cup excitement takes hold'
World Cup fever could coincide with a spike in insurance claims for broken TVs, figures suggest.Co-op Insurance said its data shows claims relating
Holidaymakers 'spend average £161 on essentials before trip'
Holidaymakers can expect to spend just over £160 before they even get on a plane, a survey has found.On average, people fork out £161 stocking up on
EDF to fork out £350,000 after missing smart meter targets
EDF Energy is to pay out £350,000 after missing its target to install smart meters for customers last year, Ofgem has announced.The regulator found
Why you shouldn't ignore the workplace pension
Planning for your retirement is one of those things that can be tempting to ignore - a bit like a damp patch in your home. The thought about
The worst excuses for skiving off work
Have you ever lied to get out of coming into work? Apparently most of us have. And the usual excuses are pretty unremarkable. From car trouble to
Mistakes that knock thousands off house prices
When it comes to selling your home there are some obvious things you shouldn't do. You wouldn't leave your washing hanging out, dirty
14,000 UK streets now have average house prices over £1m, property site finds
More than 14,000 streets across Britain now have an average property value of £1 million-plus, according to a website. There are now 14,417
Unique 'Venetian palace' near Windsor on sale for £4m
An extraordinary fairy-tale house boasting a sunken garden modelled on the ruins of Tintern Abbey has come up for sale for £4 million. See also: