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22 July 2014
UK house sales 'highest since 2007'
UK property sales in June hit their joint highest monthly total since the financial crisis began, figures show, but sales among young adults are low.
22 July 2014
PPI 'dominates complaints data'
Up to 5,000 new complaints a week about payment protection insurance (PPI) are making their way to the financial ombudsman, but the numbers are falling.
22 July 2014
Student loan system 'tipping point'
There are so many problems and incorrect forecasts in the student loan system that there needs to be a complete review, says a report from MPs.
21 July 2014
Independent help for new pensioners
Savers will receive free independent guidance as part of a move to give unfettered access to their pension funds from next year, the government says.
20 July 2014
Nationwide computer glitch 'over'
Nationwide Building Society says the technical problems that hit its online banking services have been resolved.
18 July 2014
Banks to face full competition probe
Markets watchdog the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has recommended a full competition inquiry into banks.
18 July 2014
Child car seat installers 'failing'
Many retailers who offer to install child car seats free of charge are guilty of "serious failings", according to a Which? investigation
17 July 2014
Lloyds 'misleading' letter revealed
An example of a letter sent out to Lloyds customers by a law firm - but actually from Lloyds Bank itself - has been published by MPs
16 July 2014
Insurance comparison sites 'failing'
Websites that compare insurance prices for consumers "fail to meet users' expectations", according to a review by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
17 July 2014
Energy firm probed over mis-selling
Ministers are to examine fresh claims about allegations of mis-selling from Scottish Power's chain of stores up to 15 years ago.
16 July 2014
Help to Buy scheme runs out of money
The Scottish government's Help to Buy scheme runs out of money three months into the current financial year.
16 July 2014
UK unemployment falls to 2.12m
UK unemployment fell by 121,000 to 2.12 million in the three months to May, official figures show.
15 July 2014
HMRC publishes tax avoidance list
HM Customs and Revenue publishes a list of more than 800 schemes that it believes are deliberately designed to avoid tax.
15 July 2014
FCA proposes payday loans rate cap
Plans for a cap on interest rates on payday loans from January 2015 are announced by UK regulator the Financial Conduct Authority.
15 July 2014
Inflation in sharp rise to 1.9%
UK consumer price inflation rose to 1.9% in June from 1.5% in May, driven by price rises in women's clothing and air fares, official figures show.
15 July 2014
House price inflation hits 10.5%
Annual house price inflation hit 10.5% in May, the highest rate for four years, according to the Office for National Statistics.
03 June 2014
Same street, different property market
Two properties on Hazelwood Road give an indication of the regional variations in the UK property market.
05 June 2014
Housing demand strong, says Halifax
Demand in the housing market is still strong and price rises are accelerating, according to the Halifax, the UK's largest mortgage lender.
09 June 2014
New Green Deal is 'very generous'
The second round of the government's Green Deal energy saving programme for homeowners opens on Monday.
04 June 2014
What is a collective pension scheme?
The government is legislating for new "collective" pension schemes. How do they work, and can they really promise a better pension?
05 December 2013
Analysis: Old age pensions
The landscape of the state pension system continues to change as some people will have to work even longer before receiving their entitlement.
20 March 2014
What now for retirement income?
Pension changes may still make annuities the best choice for the healthy - but what should the newly retired make of the new system?
30 May 2014
Are Premium Bonds a good bet?
The maximum sum that can be invested in Premium Bonds is rising, but what are the chances of winning a prize?
18 June 2012
How trouble in the eurozone affects you
As the eurozone "tears itself apart", the pain will be felt in the UK too. How will it affect your finances?
05 January 2011
Q&A: Are my savings safe?
What measures are in place to protect savers money in the UK?
27 March 2014
Atos work tests contract to end
The firm Atos, which assesses whether benefit claimants in Britain are fit to work, will finish its contract early following 'significant quality failures', ministers say.
29 April 2013
Benefit changes: Who will be affected?
A number of changes to benefits come into effect in April. Here, we explain who will be affected and by how much.
20 June 2014
Q&A: The benefits cap and you
How will the benefits cap and the overall welfare cap affect you?
26 June 2014
VIDEO: The North-South divide in house prices
Breakfast's Adam Parsons and Steph McGovern report on the divide in property prices between the north and south of the UK
21 June 2014
VIDEO: Gift 'experience' small print warning
Consumer groups warn people to check the small print when buying a "experience" as a gift
17 June 2014
VIDEO: Inside world's biggest cash factory
BBC Breakfast's Steph McGovern gains access into the world's biggest banknote factory and discovers how cash is made.
06 June 2014
VIDEO: Four items to help you keep to budget
Personal Finance reporter Kevin Peachey says four everyday items are all you need to keep on top of your household budget.
04 June 2014
VIDEO: Berners-Lee: An unlikely fraud victim
Mary Berners-Lee, the mother of the man who invented the world wide web, tells BBC Watchdog how she fell victim to courier fraud.
23 April 2014
VIDEO: Money on wheels: Banking goes mobile
UK banks are expanding their use of mobile branches. Brian Milligan reports on the new banks on wheels.
18 July 2014
Planning a wedding on a budget
Tie the knot without tying up your money
11 July 2014
The costs and benefits of self-publishing
Why publishing your own novel might not come cheap
04 July 2014
Paying the price for an allergy
Why are some hay fever products sold at different prices?
04 July 2014
Kenya's mobile money revolution
New mobile banking service takes on dominant M-Pesa
30 June 2014
Could flexible working for all backfire?
Could the new rules for all backfire?
27 June 2014
PPI claims: Behind the scenes at the ombudsman
Behind the scenes at the Financial Ombudsman
26 June 2014
Is the UK housing market broken?
Is the UK housing market broken?
20 June 2014
The highs and lows of gift 'experiences'
The highs and lows of gift 'experiences' - for all ages
19 June 2014
Dublin's housing boom fuels homelessness
Dublin sees rise in property prices - and homelessness
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