The Government has refused to consider extending the £1.5billion compensation scheme for Equitable Life policyholders but is to be taken to a Commons vote on the issue.
If you fancy a new car when the registration plate changes on March 1, it's worth checking out the finance options as well as browsing the makes and models in the showrooms.
Thousands of homeowners may be tempted to buy a better property in the next month to take advantage of record low mortgage rates and to avoid the Land and Buildings Transaction Tax, which will take effect on 1 April.
Tim Blaxter, a consultant and angel investor who has worked with Scottish Enterprise, has invested through Crowdcube, which opened an office in Edinburgh late last year.
Social and crowd financing has been the big winner in the desert of low savings rates, and this year will see the sector take off.
Former front line uniformed police officer Nikki Thornley, pictured with husband Phil , has spent almost a year in rehabilitation and adjusting to family life.
A wheelchair-bound Aberdeenshire policewoman has been chosen to receive a tax-free £1,000 a month for a year from a campaign highlighting the financial impact of long-term ill health or disability.
Nev Stokes left npower in search of a better deal after becoming disillusioned with the behaviour of the big energy providers.
The legal profession cannot guarantee to protect homebuyers if their solicitor fails to secure a valid title to their property, an official review has admitted.
Despite recent price cuts, customers on standard energy tariffs are paying far more than they need to for gas and electricity.
Up to 1.67million workers with final salary pensions are open to trading them in for pension pots which could be converted into cash, a survey suggests.
Winter sports lovers are still taking big risks on the ski slopes and one in three are under-insured.
The days when pushy staff used to flog store cards at the till were thought to be over, following a clampdown on aggressive sales tactics and immediate discounts for signing up.
Investor platform TD Direct has thrown down the gauntlet to rivals by scrapping exit charges and planning a financial advice service to customers.
Edward Chandler, a user experience consultant for leading websites, took exception to the break-up of Lloyds TSB last year.
Savvy customers are taking advantage of a swifter switching service to get a better deal on their current account.