At last, two weeks before the starting-gun fires, the government has opened its advice service for anyone who has a pension pot and may see 'cash' written on it.
The Law Society of Scotland is to examine the idea of a new protection for homebuyers stranded without valid title to their home but unable to sue their solicitor.
The pound is still riding high against the euro, which is good news for anyone planning a holiday on the continent.
Depending on which survey you believe, either 40% or 62% of savers would consider leaping into the new arena of crowd or peer-to-peer lending.
Serious questions are being raised about how the chancellor's 'cash in your annuity' pledge can be realised.
The chancellor has rebalanced the tax system in favour of the saver.
Tilney Bestinvest, the advisers and brokers, have questioned the future of Junior Individual Savings Accounts (Jisas) following the Budget.
Scotwest has improved its free protection benefits for life savings and loans.
Kittie Jones, an Edinburgh-based artist and teacher, switched her cash Isa in 2008 from a high street bank to Triodos.
All eyes will be on the latest figures for inflation, due next week.
Dividends are ingrained in our investment culture.
Over the next few weeks, the media will be full of adverts encouraging people to invest in Isas before the financial year ends on April 5.
Up to five million children with Child Trust Funds could benefit from the new flexibility to transfer them into Junior ISAs from next month.
Scotland is becoming the go-to alternative for Chinese property buyers as an alternative to overpriced London, according to a specialist website.
The FTSE-100 may have hit new highs but half of investors still plan to increase their stock market exposure in the coming months, according to a survey of investment trust shareholders.
Scots are being urged to check their homes - and insurance cover - just in case they fall victim to the so-called 'magnifying glass' effect.