Retirement property developers fight back.
New property ground rents ban
Money Box Live: Millions of pounds in child maintenance unpaid
Louise Cooper and a panel of guests answer calls on child maintenance.
Hope for victims of push payment bank fraud
Changes to complaint handling rules proposed.
Money Box Live: Pension transfers
Paul Lewis and a panel of guests answer calls on defined benefit pension transfers.
Taking PPI claims to court, Three-year tenancies, Making services mental health friendly
Taking PPI claims to court. Plus are three year tenancies a good idea?
Money Box Live: Unpaid Carers
What support is available for unpaid carers?
Taxing holiday lets; a warning if you have money abroad.
Paul Lewis looks at why the government's ban on pensions cold calling has been delayed.
Money Box Live: Compensation for being affected by a big infrastructure project
What compensation can you get when you're affected by a big infrastructure project?
Thousands of disabled ESA claimants to receive back payments in full
The DWP agrees to fully backdate ESA benefits for underpaid ill and disabled claimants.
Money Box Live: Electric Cars
What are the costs of driving an electric car?
The Scottish homeowners whose Green Deal has turned sour
Hundreds have been left in debt by home improvements that were supposed to be cost-neutral
Money Box Live: Artificial Intelligence
Whether in banking or insurance, how does AI affect our lives now and in the future?
BONUS PODCAST: Economics with Subtitles - How Buying Cocaine Helps the Government
The surprising story of GDP and whether it's time to change how we measure our economy
BONUS PODCAST: Economics with Subtitles - Bracelets for Bullets
Why an Essex mum wanted her jewellery melted down and what it says about government debt
BONUS PODCAST: Economics with Subtitles - How Condoms Can Cost a Week’s Wages
Inflation can change your sex life – and pretty much everything else.
BONUS PODCAST: Economics with Subtitles - Coffins Full of Car Keys
Why we have interest rates, how we misunderstand them - and a curious coffin connection.
Millions in persistent credit card debt now to get help
New rules to support those with credit card debt. Plus what next for Wonga clients?
Money Box Live: Migrant workers in the UK
With Brexit uncertainty and a weak pound, is it still worth coming to the UK for work?
Wages more volatile than expected
A study finds monthly earnings are more changeable than previously thought.
Money Box Live: Energy Prices
How will Ofgem's planned energy price cap affect your gas and electricity bills?
Launch of rainy day savings scheme
Rainy day savings scheme launched for low earners.
Money Box Live: Students on a Shoestring
Top tips on how to make your money go further while studying at university.
'Unfair' price concessions for the over-60s
Over-60s' concessions are 'increasingly bungs to wealthy baby boomers' says charity
The Cost of Starting a Sports Club
How to manage a cash flow to ensure a new club survives for the future
Reforming Leasehold Law - The Scottish Way
A consultation to reform leasehold law launches in England, how did Scotland abolish it?
Money Box Live: How to Avoid Inheritance Tax
What are the legal ways to reduce the inheritance tax due on your assets when you die?
Banks offer 'gambling block' for addicts
Thousands sign up to a new banking service to help control addiction
Help to Buy
What are the pros and cons of the various government schemes for aspiring homeowners?
Time to say ta-ra to the till?
New tech takes over at the supermarket checkout
Money Box Live: Bankruptcy
Debt and bankruptcy - advice for those who feel they're losing grip on their finances.
Pulling the plug on subsidies for green cars
Do the finances of buying an electric or hybrid car still stack up?
Money Box Live: Making Tax Digital
A big change to the UK's tax system starts next April, but are firms ready to comply?
State pension age equalisation
What equal state pension ages mean for women?
Whether you are young or old, rich or poor, how will the Budget affect your own finances?
Exotic Pension Scams
Child benefit, unfair insurance and who pays up when pensions go wrong.
Expats and Brexit
Deal or no deal: How will Brexit affect the finances of Britons living in Europe?
Free finance textbook for schools
Probate fees, auto-enrolment pensions, pension inequality and a free financial textbook
Money Box Live: Universal Credit
What is your experience of the biggest change ever made to the benefits system?
Investing while Brexiting
How have this week's Brexit developments affected financial markets?
Financial services for the changing way we work
Are financial products adapting to the changing way we work?
Outfox the Market: bill rise sparks switch
Customers complain after energy supplier Outfox the Market hikes direct debit payments
Costs of assisted fertility
Would you consider spending tens of thousands of pounds on IVF to become a parent?
Carer's Allowance overpayments
Government figures reveal nearly 70,000 cases of Carer's Allowance overpayments.
UK funeral industry investigated for high prices
A probe is underway to see if people are being charged too much when they pay for funerals
Aegon admin delays trap £40,000 for nine months
The £40,000 fund transfer that's been trapped for nine months
Hidden costs and charges
What's being done about the 'hidden' costs of pensions, investments and savings?
If you've had a mental illness does that mean you will pay more for insurance?
Having a mental illness could mean pricier insurance. Another energy company goes under.
Paws for thought. Just how much does it cost to keep a pet?
In the UK we spend almost £4.5 billion a year on domestic pets. Where does the money go?
Jailed for failing to disclose the whereabouts of his clients' money
The founder of Universal Wealth Preservation is jailed. Plus an end to big overdraft fees.
Perfect Pensions Storm
The Welsh steel workers who were persuaded by 'sharks' to give up their company pensions.
After the bankruptcy
At risk of losing the family home after her dad was made bankrupt... what happened next?
The cost of a 'no-fault' accident
Why your car insurance increases even if a crash isn't your fault.
Money Box Live: Small Claims Court
The effectiveness of the small claims court
Rare victory for bank fraud victim
As two banks refund a customer defrauded of all her cash, will other victims benefit too?
What is the one financial resolution you should keep in 2019?
Benefit rule changes for pensioners with younger partners
From May, pensioners with younger partners can't make new pension credit claims
Parking fines - the good, the bad and the ugly
The number of parking tickets issued is on the increase. What can be done to curb it?
What makes an investment too good to be true?
What warning signs should make you wary about an investment?
The cost of car insurance
The UK has some of the highest motor insurance premiums in Europe - why?
Mini-bond firm calls in administrators
The cash of 14,000 investors at risk as London Capital & Finance Plc enters administration
Universal Basic Income - Can it work?
A state income for all might be great in principal, but can it ever work in practice?
Ofgem raises energy cap
Regulator Ofgem raises the energy cap.
Open Banking one year on
Open Banking promised to revolutionise your personal finances. Has it?
Banks want to delay fraud prevention name check
Confirmation of payee name checks may not happen until 2020.
The economics of being an author
How lucrative is a writing career and what's the most cost-effective route to publication?
Contractors face loan charge choice
Tax dilemma for contractor loan scheme users. Debt after death and pension scams.
If you are a small business, what happens when clients pay late or do not pay at all?
The loan charge : Mel Stride interview
Treasury minister Mel Stride on the government's attempts to clamp down on tax tricks.
What are the financial challenges facing teenagers leaving local authority care?
London Capital & Finance plc updates
The marketing of the failed mini-bonds examined and the administrator updates investors.
Spring Statement 2019
The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, gives a an update on the health of the UK economy.
ISAs will be 20 next month. Have they changed the way we save?
The number of first-time buyers is up, says chancellor Philip Hammond. Will it continue?
Smart meter only energy tariffs
Some of the cheapest energy tariffs are only available if you agree to have a smart meter.
Making Tax Digital
A big shake-up to the UK's tax system starts on 1 April. Join Louise Cooper and guests.
London Capital & Finance. The report.
Administrator's report finds 'highly suspicious transactions.'
The costs of winding up someone's affairs after they die
Have you had to cope with sorting out a loved one's financial affairs after they die?
Are fraudsters getting away too easily?
Police watchdog report highlights inconsistencies in dealing with fraud victims.
The future of saving into a pension at work
Are you saving into a pension at work? Has this happened via auto-enrolment?
Regulator warning for general insurance companies
Financial regulator the FCA warns general insurance firms over customer treatment.
The Costs of Being Single
Nearly eight million people live alone in the UK. What are the financial challenges?
The psychology of fraud
Why do we fall for fraudsters?
Energy: Going Green
How can households help save the planet whilst keeping energy bills affordable?
The difficulties of renting on benefits
'No benefit' rental clauses - should they be banned?
Can you get a decent return on your cash while also doing good for society and the planet?
The last free cashpoint in town
The effect on communities of cash machines that charge.
Saving for the under 35s
The latest news from the world of personal finance.
Rent - your flexible friend
The housing association allowing residents to underpay and overpay their rent.
Returning to work
Restarting a career after a long-term employment break.
Not my debt!
What can you do if you're pursued for a debt that isn't yours?
The rules, risks and potential rewards of crowdfunding.
Call for online 'credit curfews'
Researchers say a ban on online borrowing between 11pm and 7am could protect consumers
The Cost of Music
The cost of streaming music: how do services differ for listeners and musicians?
Ban on lettings fees begins
Lettings fees now banned in England.
How can credit unions prosper in a digital banking world?
Bridging the 'advice gap'
How to make financial advice more appealing (and accessible) to those who need it
Rent and Return
Whether clothes or toys, the rising popularity of renting things instead of owning them
Pension credits and the TV licence
Changes to free over-75s BBC TV licence.
How to find affordable childcare for under 5’s and what financial help is available?
Complaints about car loans
In 2018 we borrowed £46 billion to buy cars - how well is our ability to repay assessed?
Istanbul mayoral election: Erdogan's ruling AKP loses again
Turkey's ruling party has lost a re-run of Istanbul's mayoral election.
How powerful could the technology behind Bitcoin be?
News and insight from the business world.
Life in an unrecognised state
How do you do business when nobody officially accepts that your nation even exists?
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