The City watchdog will force banks and building societies to tell you how poor the interest rate is on your savings
Mortgages helped Nationwide to strong profits up 27 per cent to £801 million
The cuts were part of a savings package announced by Director General Tony Hall
Three of Britain's most successful credit unions have joined forces to offer the service to the military and help keep them out of the clutches of predatory payday lenders
The personal finance stories you may have missed this week
'Drop it like it's hot' rapper will feature in a television advert as part of the price comparison website's You’re So MoneySuperMarket campaign
The Church of England has appointed a New York-based specialist to screen its portfolio of assets in the wake of its embarrassing Wonga debacle last year.
An “unprecedented” number of those dependent on welfare were punished in the year to June 2013, according to a report into Jobcentre Plus published today by the Work and Pensions Committee.
Making them compulsory will be seen as yet another tax ... and beware the consequences
No fracking will take place at a site in West Sussex which was at the centre of large-scale protests last year, energy company Cuadrilla has told residents.
Big Six energy supplier SSE has admitted that its customers have been leaving in droves after the hike in household price last year.
Serious doubts have been cast over the reliability of NHS waiting times figures, after the Government’s financial watchdog identified “inconsistencies” in the way that hospital trusts measure and record data.
Health experts warn Mid-Staffs crisis has taken terrible toll on frontline workers
Making access to benefits tougher for young people could be counter-productive
Millions of savers have fallen victim to "zombie" accounts, which pay paltry interest rates, sucking the life out of our nest-eggs.
The price of childcare in the UK has risen by 19 per cent in a year – so how do other countries manage to keep it relatively affordable?