Paul Lewis presents the latest news from the world of personal finance.
Paul Lewis presents a special programme on pension liberalisation.
Regulator acts against airlines, budget news on savings and help for first-time buyers.
Twenty firms queue up to join the challenge to the big high street banks.
Paul Lewis looks at charity donation websites and pension liberation tax demands.
The danger of unofficial pensions advice online, plus care fees shake-up in England.
Personal finance news with Paul Lewis, including the risks and rewards of crowdfunding.
Free online pension help questioned. Energy pricing wrangles. Solar investors lose cash.
Opting out of winter fuel payments, more phone fraud victims and costly closet trackers.
A new type of bank fraud, a pension revolution, comparison websites and bank compensation.
Is Citizens Advice ready for the pensions revolution? Currency jitters and Lloyds bonds.
Paul Lewis with the latest on pension reforms, savings and energy prices.
Paul Lewis asks if it is likely that people with annuities can sell them on.
Paul Lewis with personal finance news, including mortgages for older people.
Paul Lewis asks what you should and should not do with an unexpected windfall.
Paul Lewis reveals the workings behind a fraud perpetrated on people booking hotels online
Court finds Bank of Scotland has been 'unconscionable' in its treatment of some borrowers.
Paul Lewis talks to people who have paid a penalty for an error by HSBC.
Falling savings rates, new tax powers for Scotland, plus an official credit card inquiry.
Pensions mis-selling; another RBS IT failure; Royal Mail takes action on scam mail.
Flight compensation claims; mortgage affordability tests; booking.com; investment charges.
A security breach at the Booking.com website, and finding a financial adviser.
Payday loan broker charge complaints; Post Office gift card inactivity fee; bank branches.
Paul Lewis looks at the pitfalls of equity release.
Paul Lewis interviews the prime minister about plans to allow tax-free withdrawals anytime
Action on misdirected payments, Help to Buy one year on and new tax proposals.
The single-tier pension, goodbye to the tax disc, and Child Maintenance Services.
Paul Lewis asks if the police are losing the battle against solving financial crime.
Pension grab from people made bankrupt, Scotland decided and code of practice not perfect.
What would independence mean for our money in Scotland or the rest of the UK?