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BBC News - Your Money

10/17/2017 10:06 AM
UK inflation at highest since April 2012
UK inflation hit 3% last month for the first time since April 2012 - up from 2.9% in August, the ONS reports

10/16/2017 04:41 PM
Are house prices back from the crash?
House prices are lower in real terms in many areas than 10 years ago, BBC analysis has revealed.

10/16/2017 12:07 PM
Financial regulator warns of growing debt among young people
There has been a "pronounced" rise in debt among young people, the Financial Conduct Authority head warns.

10/16/2017 10:52 AM
Energy suppliers must help vulnerable customers in debt
The energy watchdog says suppliers must do more to spot severe debt and help customers manage it.

10/16/2017 12:15 AM
The seaside towns hit by a rising tide of debt
Seaside towns - and the young families living in them - are suffering the worst debt levels.

10/16/2017 12:04 AM
Race on to spend old £1 coins as deadline looms
Some retailers say they will still accept old £1 coins beyond the official withdrawal.

10/15/2017 03:33 AM
Inflation 'to cause £300 benefit squeeze'- think tank
Inflation at 2.9% will worsen the effects of the chancellor's measures, the Resolution Foundation warns.

10/15/2017 12:10 AM
A brief history of the old pound coin
A brief history of the old pound coin as it drops out of circulation on Monday.

10/13/2017 04:18 PM
Plans to limit holiday sickness claims
The government mulls limiting payouts by travel firms to deter the number of fake holiday sickness claims.

10/13/2017 10:32 AM
UK mobile coverage 'deplorable', says Lord Adonis
The national infrastructure commission head also warns the UK faces gridlock on roads, railways and in the skies.

10/13/2017 12:00 AM
Low-income tenants battle soaring rents
Renters on low incomes spend 28% of wages on rent, up from 21% in the mid-1990s, new research finds.

10/12/2017 03:02 PM
UK lenders cutting back on unsecured loans, says Bank
Non-mortgage lending is set to tighten in the coming months, a Bank of England survey suggests.

10/12/2017 02:30 PM
Clean Growth Plan could see stamp duty incentive for homeowners
The changes are part of the Clean Growth Plan to reduce the UK's greenhouse emissions.

10/12/2017 12:48 PM
Energy price cap plans revealed
Draft legislation designed to bring down the cost of energy bills is outlined.

10/12/2017 06:31 AM
Young face growing mortgage debt burden
Young first-time buyers are increasing their mortgage debt to tackle short-term financial pressures.

10/11/2017 05:40 PM
House price calculator: Where can I afford to rent or buy?
A new BBC housing calculator that helps you find out where in the UK you can afford to live.

10/11/2017 12:47 PM
Women put off by 'aggressive' money advice, report says
In one case, a mortgage broker spoke only to the husband and ignored the woman, Kantar's report found.

10/11/2017 11:20 AM
Workers 'need pension saving targets'
Millions risk not saving enough for an adequate retirement, warns a pension fund trade body.

10/02/2017 09:06 AM
Monarch collapse
The UK's fifth biggest airline has ceased trading after losing its licence to sell package holidays.

09/29/2017 10:00 PM
Horses for courses
Banks are investing in the centre of cities like Manchester, but are closing branches in the suburbs.

09/29/2017 03:23 PM
Brass in pocket?
A rise in interest rates would be good news for savers, but bad for borrowers. How would a rise of 0.25% affect you?

09/27/2017 12:21 AM
Work freebies
Impressed that your company offers dress-down Fridays? These firms take job perks to another level.

09/23/2017 12:10 AM
Rounding up
Shops will refuse to accept the round £1 coin from 16 October when it is withdrawn from circulation.

09/19/2017 12:15 AM
Pyramid selling
Low levels of education have fuelled the spread of illegal and harmful pyramid schemes in rural China.

09/13/2017 02:16 AM
Reality Check
Why VAT is charged on some uniforms and why governments haven't cut it.

09/12/2017 12:25 AM
Cashing out
Card and phone payments may be replacing coins and notes, but are Swedes ready to get rid of cash altogether?

09/12/2017 12:22 AM
Northern Rock
The collapse of Northern Rock: Ten years on

09/08/2017 12:03 AM
Money machines
Could low-cost automated financial advice help close the massive retirement savings gap?

09/04/2017 03:57 PM
Your pay and inflation-busting jobs
Is it better to be in your job now, compared to five years ago? BBC analysis reveals.

09/01/2017 10:12 PM
Friend or foe
What do the woes of the UK's biggest door-to-door lender Provident Financial mean for hard-pressed borrowers?

08/31/2017 05:43 PM
Reining it in
The fine on gambling site 888 highlights that current methods of helping problem gamblers are not working.

08/31/2017 01:35 PM
Sterling sense
Buying foreign currency is both easier and more challenging than in the past.

08/25/2017 01:13 PM
Inheritance tax: Should the UK scrap it or keep it?
Should the UK keep or scrap inheritance tax, a tax which is paid from the assets you leave behind when you die?

08/23/2017 02:31 PM
Identity theft at 'epidemic levels'
Identity theft is at "epidemic levels", says the fraud prevention group Cifas, but now there's a way of checking whether you may have been a victim of it.

08/21/2017 01:00 AM
Charity fraud
With 800 cases of charity fraud reported last year, are all organisations what they seem?

08/18/2017 10:25 PM
Pawnbrokers' secrets
Only 4% of the UK's adult population - and more women than men - now use a pawnbroker to get a loan.

08/18/2017 10:19 PM
Long trek
The average UK shoe size of men and women has gone up by two sizes since the 1970s - but women's footwear makers have not kept up.

08/17/2017 01:07 AM
The £845,000 mansion sold for just £2
And believe it or not, the seller is actually happy with the deal.

08/16/2017 07:05 AM
£5k commuter club'
With rail fares rising again, we speak to those paying £5,000 a year - or more - in travel costs.

08/15/2017 12:04 AM
Will you ever be able to retire?
With people living longer and saving less, are we living through the death of retirement?

08/14/2017 12:03 AM
Cathedrals of commerce
These "cathedrals of commerce" were democratic spaces that, some say, helped emancipate women.

08/11/2017 09:59 PM
Wired weeding
A smartphone app can tell you whether Japanese knotweed is anywhere near where you live.

08/06/2017 10:49 AM
Death of retirement?
As part of a series by Radio 4's Money Box on retirement, Paul Lewis asks whether we can afford the state pension.

08/04/2017 04:44 PM
'Cash is trash'
As the Bank of England keeps interest rates at a record low, is there any glimmer of hope for savers?

08/01/2017 04:45 PM
Switch to save
Those who switch can save about £300 a year, according to the regulator.

07/31/2017 05:35 PM
Cancer debt
One of Britain's biggest banks is launching a new support service for cancer patients

07/25/2017 02:22 PM
Reality Check
The Bank of England's stability chief warns of the dangers of rising personal loans.

07/25/2017 12:16 AM
Bitcoin goes arty
The global art market is not known for tech innovation, so why is Bitcoin proving increasingly popular?

07/24/2017 06:31 PM
Getting smaller
Everyone knows about Toblerone, but what else is getting smaller?

07/05/2017 06:15 PM
Student debt
Ben Jones is graduating two years after his sister Florence - but he's in about £15,000 more debt than her.

07/04/2017 11:26 PM
How much??
The tutors charging thousands of pounds to help secure a British education for wealthy overseas children.

06/30/2017 12:09 AM
Surge pricing
We are used to prices fluctuating on flights, taxis and hotels, but what if the same thing happened on the high street?

06/19/2017 12:13 AM
Diva of divorce
How Ayesha Vardag has became one of the world's most in demand divorce lawyers.

06/09/2017 10:06 AM
Election fallout
What a hung Parliament means for your finances.

12/01/2016 12:24 AM
Money calendar
As the year draws to a close, many people will review the state of their wealth. So, is your bank balance now a spectacular display or did your finances fizzle?