TSB apologises following claims customers who switched away had died
Friday May 25 marks 'state pension survival day'
Proportion of people searching for tracker mortgages 'rose in May'
Retail sales bounce back but underlying picture subdued - ONS
Government accused of 'cack-handed' reforms over mortgage help scheme
Ministers have been accused of "another cack-handed benefit change" as new figures showed thousands of people had not been successfully
Comcast in 'advanced stages' of preparing Twenty-First Century Fox bid
Comcast may make an offer for Twenty-First Century Fox, potentially putting it in a head-to-head bidding war with Disney.The company did not provide
Boys paid more than girls for household chores and good behaviour, survey finds
The gender pay gap extends to children's household chores - with boys being rewarded with more cash than girls as well as getting around double
Which? demands urgent action to tackle 'sky-high' unarranged overdraft fees
Urgent action is needed to tackle "sky-high" unarranged overdraft fees, which can cost several times the amounts payday lenders are
87% of people 'concerned about sharing their financial data with companies'
Seven in 10 (71%) people actively avoid creating new accounts with companies due to worries about sharing their personal data, a survey has
Home-owners' housing market confidence ' has bounced back in recent months'
Home-owners' confidence in the property market has been boosted over the past six months, a survey suggests.Some 84% of home-owners expect
Mobile banking to overtake desktop in 2019, experts say
Mobile banking on phones and tablets will become more popular than internet banking on computers next year, a report predicts.The growth of mobile
France's Total seeks to expand Cypriot gas plan as it eyes Iran exit
French energy company Total said it is looking to expand its search for natural gas off Cyprus' south coast and seeks to secure another
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: