Inflation fell again in May with the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) rate dropping to 2.8 per cent, from 3 per cent in April, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Take-home incomes for UK households fell by 3.1 per cent between 2010 and 2011, according to a report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).
It's now possible to withdraw money from a cash machine by entering a code into your smartphone, thanks to new technology.
High street chain Marks & Spencer has announced it will launch in-store bank branches in July.
Chancellor George Osborne has backed down on his controversial 'pasty tax', which would have seen a 20 per cent rate of VAT added to hot baked foods.
The UK official measure of inflation fell to 3 per cent in April, the lowest level since February 2010.
Buying a house today is 86 times more expensive than it was in 1952 - the year Queen Elizabeth II ascended the throne.
UK pension savings have hit an all-time low with only 46 per cent of people saving enough for their retirement, according to a report from Scottish Widows.
The annual cost of long-term care will rise by 27 per cent to £33,000 per person by 2025, up from £26,000 today, a survey by LV= reveals.
Interest-only mortgages will be unavailable to new customers of The Co-operative Bank from 8 May.