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Money Box Live, Wednesday 26 September 2012

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about benefits.


Money Box, Saturday 22 September 2012

Computers ask 'Is that you'? - computer-generated calls to cut bank fraud, where's inflation heading? Act now for free help to cut fuel bills and Bankrupts not welcome at Co-op.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 19 September 2012

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about student finance.


Money Box, Saturday 15 September 2012

Warning over card cancelling woes - some banks still refuse to stop recurring payments; are income drawdown rules fair to people with a reduced life expectancy? A court tells HSBC to pay a couple more than £100,000; and your questions answered on the Universal Credit.

Money Box Live, Wednesday 12 September 2012

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about insurance.


Money Box, Saturday 8 September 2012

A crackdown on incentivised selling - good news for consumers but will it succeed? Santander do a U-turn on the end of free banking, the price guarantees that ...aren't price guarantees, tackling claims management companies that cold call and expiring loyalty points


Money Box Live, Wednesday 5 September 2012

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about saving and investing.


Money Box, Saturday 1 September 2012

Claims management companies crackdown; paying for care; giving out your three digit code and Ulster Bank compensation scheme.


Money Box, Saturday 28 July 2012

Ruth Alexander presents a special edition of Money Box: Ruth and guests talk about budgeting, renting, borrowing, creditworthiness and managing bills.


Money Box, Saturday 21 July 2012

The Serious Fraud Office is investigating up to nine pension schemes which might have conned thousands out of their money. Are pension charges too high and too hidden? The industry debates with this week's big critic.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 18 July2012

Paul Lewis and guests answer your questions about flooding.


Money Box, Saturday 14 July 2012

Planned cap on spending in old age. A breakthrough for Farepak victims; flood insurance and RBS customers to get compensation.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 11 July2012

Paul Lewis and guests answer your questions about credit reports.


Money Box, Saturday 7 July 2012

Does more QE spell pensions doom? If your car causes damage to a motorway should you foot the bill? Timeshare woes and the Supreme Court rules on cohabiting case.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 4 July2012

Paul Lewis and guests answer your questions about tax and self assessment.


Money Box, Saturday 30 June 2012

Banks mis-selling to small firms. Plus: Compensation for RBS customers? Compensation for RBS customers? Closed accounts and problems with prepaid currency cards.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 27 June 2012

Vincent Duggleby and guests answer your questions about holiday finance.


Money Box, Saturday 23 June 2012

NatWest payment backlog. Plus: PayPal and when is tax avoidance morally wrong?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 20 June 2012

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about saving and Investing.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 13 June 2012

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about charitable giving.


Money Box, Saturday 9 June 2012

Spain's bank crisis, new pension code, dementia and banking, unexpected HSBC charge and Interactive Investor charge sparks complaint.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 6 June 2012

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about annuities.


Money Box, Saturday 2 June 2012

Thousands are fined for receiving free dental work when they weren't eligible, insurance troubles, FSA rule changes, expensive voice-mails and car insurance.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 30 May 2012

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about paying for care.


Money Box, Saturday 26 May 2012

Payday loans back in the spotlight. Plus: the OFT heavily criticise one of the main lenders; some pensioners face an anxious wait; the case of the disappearing pension and an HSBC U-turn.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 23 May 2012

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about student finance.


Money Box, Saturday 19 May 2012

How will Euro woes affect us? Do you have savings in Santander? Property abroad? Are you going on a Greek holiday? Will mortgage rates go up? Our expert guests will talk through the issues.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 16 May 2012

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about debt and borrowing.


Money Box, Saturday 12 May 2012

PPI refunds. Plus: The Big Switch; savings Rates and HMRC phone calls.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 9 May 2012

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about finances of Childcare .


Money Box, Saturday 5 May 2012

The latest chapter in the HMRC odyssey; are you being short-changed by your energy company? Benefit cuts warning letters, plus Arch Cru investors are set to receive compensation.

Money Box Live, Wednesday 2 May 2012

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about Power of Attorney.


Money Box, Saturday 28 April 2012

Banks now admit they can cancel them, peer-to-peer lending, FSA warning over 'suckers" list and who's best at picking shares? Experts or monkeys?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 25 April 2012

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about divorce and separation.


Money Box, Saturday 21 April 2012

The UK's biggest recruitment agency is accused of underpaying temp workers, more fine wine troubles, becoming a Power of Attorney and PPI claim firms.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 18 April 2012

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about pensions.


Money Box, Saturday 14 April 2012

Wine investors may have lost up to £100m, buying unfranked stamps, ESA changes and the cost of calling HMRC.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 11 April 2012

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about saving and investing.


Money Box, Saturday 7 April 2012

Is it really worth buying gift cards? An estimated one million people are mortgage prisoners but how do you escape? Unspent convictions and insurance and contracting out of Serps.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 4 April 2012

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about small businesses.


Money Box, Saturday 31 March 2012

The Big Switch. Plus: Tax credit changes; drinking and driving confusion; stamp price increases; pet insurance problems and air passenger duty increase


Money Box Live, Wednesday 28 March 2012

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about benefits.


Money Box, Saturday 24 March 2012

Number crunching the budget. Plus: Insurers change rules on drink driving and HSBC mortgage rule changes frustrate customers.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 21 March 2012

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about mortgages.


Money Box, Saturday 17 March 2012

Fingers burned over insurance. Plus: child Benefit cuts; where should you store your valuables? and scary letter on the doormat.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 14 March 2012

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about saving and investing for children.


Money Box, Saturday 10 March 2012

Car insurers blacklist postcodes. Plus ISA savings roundup; millions more set to receive PPI redress and The Office of Fair Trading say no to Yes Loans.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 7 March 2012

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about finances of part-time working.


Money Box, Saturday 3 March 2012

Logbook loans; talking cash machines for blind customers; mortgage rate hike; when does tax avoidance become tax evasion?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 29 February 2012

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about holiday finance.


Money Box, Saturday 25 February 2012

CPP to review sales procedures. Customers may be due compensation; a payday lender apologises to customers; beware pension liberation offers; and how to understand tax codes.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 22 February 2012

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about general insurance.


Money Box, Saturday 18 February 2012

About 100,000 people have signed up to negotiate a bulk discount on gas and electricity. Plus: mobile phone payment app launched, inflation-beating savings, understanding tax coding notices and credit history.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 15 February 2012

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about investing in shares.


Money Box, Saturday 11 February 2012

£50bn more Quantitative Easing - will it benefit the economy? Interest free mortgages, exit fees on retirement homes and insurance woes for animal lovers.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 8 February 2012

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about energy and energy saving.


Money Box, Saturday 4 February 2012

Half a million people are losing cash when converting their savings to annuities; investment funds need to be more open about costs says new campaign; plus problems for eBay sellers.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 1 February 2012

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about renting and letting.


Money Box, Saturday 28 January 2012

One of Britain's biggest banks will no longer offer charity credit cards; PPI victims warned about claims managers; and should car insurance firms do more checks before taking premiums?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 25 January 2012

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about tax and self assessment.


Money Box, Saturday 21 January 2012

Armed forces personnel serving overseas must still meet tax deadline, could new steel coins cause problems? Cashing in your smartphone; plus drawdown pensions.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 18 January 2012

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions on maternity & paternity rights.


Money Box, Saturday 14 January 2012

The truth behind energy price cuts. Plus: problems when sorting out family members debts, the cost of paying by cheque, when tracker funds fall short of the index and the impending self-assessment deadline


Money Box Live, Wednesday 11 January 2012

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions wills and IHT.


Money Box, Saturday 7 January 2012

Should businesses be allowed to add extras without your consent? New EU rules should mean a better deal for the consumer, absolute return funds that return absolutely nothing and an anxious wait for some mortgage holders.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 4 January 2012

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about benefits.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 28 December 2011

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about consumer rights.


Money Box, Saturday 24 December 2011

A gaze into our 2012 crystal ball. The Euro, inflation, house prices, mortages, savings, investments and pensions - what will 2012 have in store for all these key issues?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 21 December 2011

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about paying for long term care.


Money Box, Saturday 17 December 2011

Over 50s plans - are they worth buying? Lloyds Bank name Co-op as preferred buyer for branches, charges for texts you've never requested, cashback and loyalty cards and are you still waiting for PPI repayments?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 14 December 2011

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about banking.


Money Box, Saturday 10 December 2011

Car hire deposits; high cost credit, HSBC are fined, and the 'fee free' fund management company.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 7 December 2011

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about managing borrowing and debt.


Money Box, Saturday 3 December 2011

Are overdraft charges too high? Benefits, auto-enrolment, Orange price hikes and explaining Occupational Pensions.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 30 November 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about personal finance implications of the Chancellor's Autumn Statement.


Money Box, Saturday 26 November 2011

Are banks closing accounts fairly? Will increased mortgage availability tackle the issue of affordability? Track savings rates online and Mastercard introduce chargeback.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 16 November 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about small businesses.


Money Box, Saturday 19 November 2011

Why would a bank close a baby's account? Virgin's set to buy Northern Rock; tax reforms; pension charges and inflation busting savings accounts.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 16 November 2011

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about student funding.


Money Box, Saturday 12 November 2011

Millions face unexpected tax bill over PPI, Landmark ruling on unmarried couples property rights, Online banking problems, and no more free flights for Airmiles customers.

Money Box Live, Wednesday 9 November 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about divorce and separation.


Money Box, Saturday 5 November 2011

The Greek crisis, Compensation awarded but not paid, Wills and National Savings to end Post Office accounts.


Money Box, Saturday 29 October 2011

The Euro deal, card conundrum, Yes loans, saving for children and pension Charges.


Money Box, Saturday 22 October 2011

Will benefit rises be limited? Who pays for mobile phone fraud? Tax winners and losers and is momentum investing a good bet?


Money Box, Saturday 15 October 2011

Cash machine confusion; rise in state pension age is delayed; claims companies promise council tax refund - but are they worth the fee? And how good a deal are structured products?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 12 October 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered you questions about employment rights.


Money Box, Saturday 8 October 2011

The latest from the Bank of England; find out who's eligible for the Warm Homes Discount; expert advise on credit card debt and who's eligible for BT's budget phone tariff?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 5 October 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered you questions about energy and energy saving.


Money Box, Saturday 1 October 2011

How much does advice given on the phone count? The Association of British Insurers launches annuity initiative for customers, and the latest on Junior ISAs.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 28 September 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered you questions about tax.


Money Box, Saturday 24 September 2011

Stock markets across the world fell sharply this week- what does it mean for investors? Should staff have to cover cash till shortfalls? Plus overdrawn on a pre-paid card.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 21 September 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered you questions about mortgages.


Money Box, Saturday 17 September 2011

A judge singles out an insurer for inflating car repair costs; how did a single trader allegedly lose more than £1bn?; tenants' problems with national deposit schemes; energy prices and flight charges.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 14 September 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered you questions about renting and letting.


Money Box, Saturday 10 September 2011

Injury claim referral fees banned; NS&I withdraws saving certificates; Plus Swiss Franc devalued.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 7 September 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered you questions about pensions.


Money Box, Saturday 3 September 2011

How well are anti-fraud measures working at Barclaycard? Coach concession fares are cut for the disabled and pensioners; and should mortgage lenders call customers about spending?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 31 August 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered you questions about saving and investing .


Money Box, Saturday 27 August 2011

Counting the cost of the riots. Plus: proposed changes to council tax benefit; RBS stop poorer customers from using rivals ATM's and riding the stock market rollercoaster.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 13 July 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered you questions about your consumer rights.


Money Box, Saturday 9 July 2011

The future funding of social care. Plus: Inflation warning; pension tax-free lump sum and packaged bank accounts.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 6 July 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered you questions about mortgages.


Money Box, Saturday 2 July 2011

Sale of accident victims' details in spotlight. Plus: Tesco online banking; Habitat vouchers; financial regulation and overdrafts.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 29 June 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered you questions about tax planning.


Money Box, Saturday 25 June 2011

Access problems at Tesco Bank. Plus: lessons for Greece from Argentina and Arch Cru payout.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 22 June 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered you questions about banking.


Money Box, Saturday 18 June 2011

Insurance excess charges have been multiplying - you might be in for a nasty shock next time you claim. Plus: the importance of reading terms and conditions when shopping online; public sector pension pain and is there life yet for the cheque?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 15 June 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered you questions about energy costs.


Money Box, Saturday 11 June 2011

Why energy prices are rising to record levels, and are low-income households being treated fairly? Plus, the Bank of Ireland could face a legal challenge from UK bond holders.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 8 June 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about sending and spending money.


Money Box, Saturday 4 June 2011

Olympic ticket problems continue. Plus: confusion as banks deny blocking payments; are contracts made online by under-18s binding? What is a reasonable rate of return for a safe investment; and is calculating risk as simple as ABC?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 1 June 2011

Vincent Duggelby and guests answered your calls about debt collection.


Money Box, Saturday 28 May 2011

Barclaycard reject hundreds of payments because of suspected fraudulent transactions, claim firms that promise to get care fees refunded, companies tempt employees to give up final salary pensions and avoiding currency rip-offs.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 25 May 2011

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about employment rights.


Money Box, Saturday 21 May 2011

The latest news about land banking scams. Plus: Challenging HMRC over tax code errors, why petrol prices are so high and inflation.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 18 May 2011

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about paying for and arranging care.


Money Box, Saturday 14 May 2011

The return of index linked savings - but how long will they be on sale? More complaints about HMRC. Are you being chased for a debt that isn't yours? Energy companies bring back standing charges, and time to pay for those Olympic tickets.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 11 May 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your holiday money and travel rights questions.


Money Box, Saturday 7 May 2011

PPI - What will the final bill be? Plus Sony Playstation customers to be offered fraud protection; DWP taking money from deceased customers accounts and foreign currency charges for sterling transactions.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 4 May 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about student finance.


Money Box, Saturday 30 April 2011

Four out of five companies with final salary pension schemes have closed to new members in recent years- but why? Paul Lewis investigates for this bank holiday special edition.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 27 April 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions on wedding finances.


Money Box, Saturday 23 April 2011

The banks lose a judicial review but what are the wider implications? HMRC threaten to seize possessions from those who owe tax. Is gold a good investment or is the bubble about to burst? And a visit to the MoneyBox archive.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 20 April 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about running a furnished holiday or buy-to-let property.


Money Box, Saturday 16 April 2011

Banks warned about cheque phase out. Plus: Post Office card; faster payments? And fair banking.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 13 April 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about pension planning, retirement and annuities.


Money Box, Saturday 9 April 2011

Continuous payments trap. Plus: State pension; prescription charges and child maintenance fees.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 6 April 2011

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about welfare benefits.


Money Box, Saturday 2 April 2011

ID protection firm investigated. Plus: banking reform; junior ISAs; prescription charges and stamps.


Money Box Live in Plymouth, Wednesday 30 March 2011

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions on savings, investments, pension planning and tax.


Money Box, Saturday 26 March 2011

New HMRC tax bungle. Plus, the Chancellor has delivered his second Budget which he insisted is to 'fuel growth.' Unofficial Olympics ticket-selling warning and energy bills examined.


Budget Call 2011: Thursday 24 March 2011

Presenters Vincent Duggleby and Paul Lewis took your questions on how the Budget will affect your personal finances.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 23 March 2011

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about mortgages.


Money Box, Saturday 19 March 2011

Japan quake upsets global markets. plus, buying Olympic tickets; student loans and pension or ISA?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 16 March 2011

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about maternity, paternity and adoption rights.


Money Box, Saturday 12 March 2011

Public pension reform. Plus, the hidden deals costing drivers dear; cash ISAs and childcare voucher changes to hit higher rate taxpayers.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 9 March 2011

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about fraud and identity theft.


Money Box, Saturday 5 March 2011

Warnings over land banking scam. Plus, banks focused on profits not customers? Meeting targets? RBS defend their customer charter; clock ticking on national insurance contributions buy-back scheme and calls for Clydesdale and Yorkshire banks to face FSA action


Money Box Live, Wednesday 2 March 2011

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about state pensions.


Money Box, Saturday 26 February 2011

Appetite for risk. Plus, a lifeline for savers? Insured against civil unrest? And, High Street bank profits.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 23 February 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about financial planning.


Money Box, Saturday 19 February 2011

The rising cost of car insurance Plus, benefits shake-up; EU gender law to affect annuities? And tax hike to hit some redundancy payments.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 16 February 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about year end tax planning.


Money Box, Saturday 12 February 2011

What now for free debt advice? Plus, banks make slow progress with faster payments; justifying fund fees and super complaint.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 9 February 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about saving and investing.


Money Box, Saturday 5 February 2011

The cost of lost investments? Plus, the rising cost of credit; pension changes to hit half a million women and a spy on the dashboard.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 2 February 2011

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions on mortgages.


Money Box, Saturday 29 January 2011

High street money advice to end? Plus, fewer customers to receive banks' advertised rates; making money while the sun shines and wealth management.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 26 January 2011

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions on managing borrowing and debt.


Money Box, Saturday 22 January 2011

VAT scam revealed. Plus, time to fix the rate? Barclays ordered to pay £60m in compensation; are you getting value from packaged accounts? And what does being "in trust" actually mean?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 19 January 2011

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions on renting and letting.


Money Box, Saturday 15 January 2011

Thousands more pursued for tax. Plus, pre-nuptial agreements; hidden currency costs and the Pensions Bill.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 12 January 2011

Paul Lewis and guests answered your self assessment questions.


Money Box, Saturday 8 January 2011

Food for thought as prices rise. Plus, VAT rises to 20%; phantom insurance claims and wrongly paid pension leads to £40,000 repayment.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 5 January 2011

Paul Lewis and guests answered your consumer rights questions.


Money Box, Saturday 1 January 2011

Rising inflation, a VAT hike and expected interest rate increases. Money Box looks at the major trends for savers, investors and homeowners.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 29 December 2010

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about travel rights.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 22 December 2010

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about investing for children.


Money Box, Saturday 18 December 2010

Save cash or play the markets? Plus, you can still contract out - but is it worth doing? Trouble paying the mortgage? Yes Loans update and increased protection for savers.



Money Box Live, Wednesday 15 December 2010

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about pensions.


Money Box, Saturday 11 December 2010

What next for the cheque? Plus, annuity changes; a bargain at half the price? And tax changes to hit higher rate payers.



Money Box Live, Wednesday 8 December 2010

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about banking.


Money Box, Saturday 4 December 2010

Are you insured for snow setbacks? Plus, winter car-tyre confusion, contactless bank cards and unfair online energy deals?



Money Box Live, Wednesday 1 December 2010

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about insurance.


Money Box, Saturday 27 November 2010

Are fixed overdraft fees fairer? Plus, regulator to look at energy price rises; does your postcode unfairly influence the cost of car insurance? Lenders warned about threatening to force home sales to recover small debts and where is the £7bn Irish aid going to come from?



Money Box Live, Wednesday 24 November 2010

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about energy prices and efficiency.


Money Box, Saturday 20 November 2010

Irish economic woes continue. Plus, insurance concerns for Cornish flood victims and Card Protection Plan update.



Money Box Live, Wednesday 17 November 2010

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about financial help and support for carers.


Money Box, Saturday 13 November 2010

Identity protection dispute. Plus, Universal Credit; complaining about financial services; tax reliefs and Cycle to Work Scheme.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 10 November 2010

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about equal rights and pay at work.


Money Box, Saturday 6 November 2010

Stock market rises to continue? Plus, pension fund shortfall at lowest level for a year; unauthorized overdraft fees; time to fix? And student fees.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 3 November 2010

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about wills and estate planning.


Money Box, Saturday 30 October 2010

Radical pension overhaul planned. Plus, HelpLoan debt collectors stop; gas prices to rise; junior ISAs to replace Child Trust Funds and claim for Lloyds shareholders.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 27 October 2010

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about ending a relationship.


Money Box, Saturday 23 October 2010

The Spending Review in depth. Plus, Helploan struck by fraudsters; hopes for compensation; first building society to accept external cash and Lifemark investments safe a bit longer.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 20 October 2010

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about the Spending Review.


Money Box, Saturday 16 October 2010

Equitable Life compensation plan. Plus, tax-free pensions savings cut; the cull of the Quangos; payday loans; STA travel cards problems and ISA allowance and tax letters.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 13 October 2010

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions on self-assessment and tax.


Money Box, Saturday 9 October 2010

Fallout from currency exchange site collapse. Plus, Consumer Focus to be axed; current account stagnation and banks want review of PPI rules


Money Box Live, Wednesday 6 October 2010

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about benefits.


Money Box, Saturday 2 October 2010

Costly help to get a tax rebate. Plus, currency exchange site troubles; welfare cuts hit mortgage help and Metrobank.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 29 September 2010

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about saving and investing.


Money Box, Saturday 25 September 2010

The Government has said it will not revalue properties for council tax purposes. Plus, a hedge fund for small investors; and RBS customers sold to Santander. Do they have a choice?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 22 September 2010

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about Power of Attorney


Money Box, Saturday 18 September 2010

Exactly who will benefit from HMRC's latest concession to those owing more than £2,000? Listeners say a claim management firm is pushing them further into debt; plus bank complaints rise.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 15 September 2010

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about student finance.


Money Box, Saturday 11 September 2010

Top tax man defends system. Plus: prison current accounts and how should we measure inflation?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 8 September 2010

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about tax demands.


Money Box, Saturday 4 September 2010

Tax errors admitted. Plus: Equity IQ; bad investment and are cash prizes tax free?


Money Box, Saturday 28 August 2010

Bank merger account glitches. Plus: Action against unofficial websites; all that glitters is not gold? Nationwide and student loan interest rates


Money Box special: Save and prosper, Saturday 24 July 2010

National Savings and Investments. Plus: Neil Woodford exclusive; workplace savings launched and OINK.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 21 July 2010

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions on tax.


Money Box, Saturday 17 July 2010

Northern Rock mortgage trap. Plus: annuity choice; time to raise interest rates? and keydata.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 14 July 2010

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions on saving and investing.


Money Box, Saturday 10 July 2010

Plans for private pension reform. Plus: Continuous payments cause problems; Metro Bank - a sneak preview and bad news for Bradford and Bingley shareholders.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 7 July 2010

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions on pensions.


Money Box, Saturday 3 July 2010

Trouble for child trust fund firm. Plus: Good news for savers; failure to address debt and finance lessons for children.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 30 June 2010

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions on probate.


Money Box, Saturday 26 June 2010

Reinvigorating retirement? Plus: tax changes; Budget 2010: welfare and housing; Budget 2010: economic impact and banks confusing travellers by blocking cards.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 23 June 2010

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions on how the emergency budget will affect you.


Money Box, Saturday 19 June 2010

New agency to protect consumers? Plus: Lost in translation? Banks confusing travellers by blocking cards; withdrawal of Elgar £20 notes; Budget Preview and choice Cuts


Money Box Live, Wednesday 16 June 2010

Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about employment rights.


Money Box, Saturday 12 June 2010

Children to pay for deficit mess? Plus: Wrong account number leads to a right mess; addressing errors in your credit file and annuities.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 9 June 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Paul Lewis and guests took your calls about long term care.


Money Box, Saturday 5 June 2010

BP woes fuel pension concerns. Plus: paying for free information; what Capital Gains Tax uncertainty means for you and the battle to remortgage


Money Box Live, Wednesday 2 June 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Paul Lewis and guests took your calls on the costs of broadband, home telephone, digital television and mobile phones.


Money Box, Saturday 29 May 2010

Breaking the piggy bank. Plus: are you paying out for free goods and services? losing your mobile phone can prove costly and Prudential Share Issue


Money Box Live, Wednesday 26 May 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Vincent Duggleby and guests took your calls and gave practical advice on student finance.


Money Box, Saturday 22 May 2010

Dear Minister ... Plus: financial markets; poorly-performing funds and Home Information Packs.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 19 May 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Vincent Duggleby and guests took your calls and gave practical advice on mortgages.


Money Box, Saturday 15 May 2010

Examining the government's personal finance plans. Plus: volcanic costs.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 12 May 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Vincent Duggleby and guests took your calls and gave practical advice on investing.


Money Box, Saturday 8 May 2010

What price a hung parliament? Plus: fears Greece could go global; personal banking complaints and how to build up a credit history


Money Box Live, Wednesday 5 May 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Vincent Duggleby and guests took your calls and gave practical advice on identity theft and fraud.


Money Box, Saturday 1 May 2010

Should UK investors fear Greek debt? Plus: Interview with Vince Cable; rainy day for savers;


Money Box Live, Wednesday 28 April 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Paul Lewis and guests took your calls and gave practical advice on how to complain.


Money Box, Saturday 24 April 2010

Who will pay the price? Plus: rising inflation; interview with George Osborne and investing in China?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 21 April 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions on the financial impact of the airline delays.


Money Box, Saturday 17 April 2010

Cloud cover? Plus: Who wants to be chancellor? Counter culture and carers credit.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 14 April 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about renting and letting.


Money Box, Saturday 10 April 2010

ISA interest rates . Plus: Tory tax break for married couples; The Deficit; Counter intuitive? and Pensions scandal?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 7 April 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about benefits.


Money Box, Saturday 3 April 2010

Paul Lewis presents a special programme devoted to one of the biggest issues affecting the outlook for savings and investment - the deficit. Where did it come from? How can we get rid of it? And should we be worried about its impact on savings and investments?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 31 March 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about holiday finance.


Money Box, Saturday 27 March 2010

FSA to ban financial commission sales. Plus: Cartel Client Review; beginning of the end for cheque guarantee cards; Stamp Duty exemption extended and end of year tax "spring cleaning"


Budget Call, Thursday 25 March 2010

Money Box and You and Yours programme teams joined together to answer your questions about what the Budget will mean for your finances.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 24 March 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about mortgages.


Money Box, Saturday 20 March 2010

Credit card holders will be offered greater protection from spiralling debts. Plus how to be a non-dom; Cartel update and £80 off your electricity bill.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 17 March 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about pensions.


Money Box, Saturday 13 March 2010

Solicitors used by Cartel Client Review are shut down. Plus: mystery payments; lack of interest; frozen pensions and Payment Protection Insurance.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 10 March 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about year end tax planning.


Money Box, Saturday 6 March 2010

Clock ticks on pension changes. Plus: Bulls in a china shop; No 1 personal finance and Cash ISA pitfalls.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 3 March 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about ISAs and tax-free savings.


Money Box, Saturday 27 February 2010

Ministry of Justice investigates Cartel Client Review. Plus: record compensation payout for IFA; Fairbanking; calls for tax simplification and building societies.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 24 February 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions about maternity and paternity rights.


Money Box, Saturday 20 February 2010

Pension freeze to hit the elderly. Plus: Conservatives plan to shake up PAYE system; mystery debit card charges and rise in inflation hits savers.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 17 February 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Paul Lewis and guests invited your questions about debt and borrowing.


Money Box, Saturday 13 February 2010

Claims management customers misled by advisers. Plus: competition returns to the mortgage market and slow Cash ISA transfers.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 10 February 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Paul Lewis and guests invited your questions about divorce and separation.


Money Box, Saturday 6 February 2010

Tax staff expose IT failures. Plus: Arch cru fund range; anger at change to state pension rules and debt concerns affect global stock markets


Money Box Live, Wednesday 3 February 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Vincent Duggleby and guests invited your questions about investing in shares.


Money Box, Saturday 30 January 2010

Tax proves to be taxing after all. Plus: the problems with getting a basic bank account; annuity rates falling and a happy 10th birthday for with-profits bonds.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 27 January 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Vincent Duggleby and guests invited your questions about equity release.


Money Box, Saturday 23 January 2010

Concern over pre-paid card costs. Plus: inflation predictions; never heard of NEST? Standard Life fined for "misleading" customers of its Pension Sterling Fund and Skipton raises rates.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 20 January 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Vincent Duggleby and guests invited your questions about small business finance.


Money Box, Saturday 16 January 2010

Credit Ratings. Plus: Are ISA interest rates good enough? Scottish Widows payout; misplaced outrage - care home fees and charitable donations flagged by banks.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 13 January 2010

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Vincent Duggleby took your questions about insurance and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 9 January 2010

Faster payments not fast enough. Plus: are personal pensions worth it for average earners? banks slow to adapt to new card fraud rules; the future of banking; scrum for boiler scrappage and cold fuel payment increased.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 6 January 2010

On Wednesday's programme Paul Lewis and guests answered your calls on tax and self assessment.


Money Box, Saturday 2 January 2010

Banks 'win' credit card ruling. Plus: Loans secured against a vehicle could face ban; VAT increase to cause confusion; Chip and Pin fraud revisited; saving and investing- looking ahead.

Money Box Live, Wednesday 30 December 2009

On Wednesday's programme Paul Lewis and guests answered your calls on saving and investing.


Money Box, Saturday 26 December 2009

A year ago house prices were falling and estate agents closing down around the country. For this Boxing Day housing special Money Box speaks to experts about a recovery.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 23 December 2009

On Wednesday's programme Paul Lewis and guests answered your questions on charitable giving.


Money Box, Saturday 19 December 2009

Beware what is said on the phone. Plus: Court success for Standard Life pension fund customer; pitfalls of online shopping; death of the cheque and energy deals best online.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 16 December 2009

On Wednesday's programme Paul Lewis and guests invited your calls on credit cards, loans and repairing your credit report.


Money Box, Saturday 12 December 2009

Benefits align with women's pension age. Plus: not so flexible mortgages; cash pension funds lose money; savings bonds pulled and director share dealings.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 9 December 2009

Paul Lewis and guests answered your calls on tax & 2009 pre-Budget report


Money Box, Saturday 5 December 2009

Card transaction fees anger airline customers, but how can you avoid them? Plus: home insulation grants get squeezed; Money Box listeners debate 'feckless' borrowers and how to be taxed as a foreigner, even if you're born here.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 2 December 2009

Paul Lewis and guests answered your calls on financial help and support for carers.


Money Box, Saturday 28 November 2009

Overdraft charges: campaigners aren't giving up - are you? We reveal the next step. Plus: Fed up with budget airline booking fees? We find out how to avoid them and why you should act now to avoid January's VAT increase.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 25 November 2009

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about renting and letting.


Money Box, Saturday 21 November 2009

How people spending thousands of pounds to protect their homes from flooding may not see the cost of their insurance go down. Plus: how fraudsters are scamming cash back schemes. And watch out for that small print. That eye catching savings rate may not be such a good deal.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 18 November 2009

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about pensions.


Money Box, Saturday 14 November 2009

Co-operative business banking: why online customers are logging off for good. Plus: 'Sin stocks': can you get a good deal for a bad deed? And are residents of purpose-built retirement homes being exploited?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 11 November 2009

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about wills and estate planning.


Money Box, Saturday 7 November 2009

Bailed out and up for sale, will the break up of RBS and Lloyds benefit customers? Plus: The FSA claims to put bank customers in the driving seat, so we provide a road test and the future looks uncertain for Child Trust Funds


Money Box Live, Wednesday 4 November 2009

Vincent Duggleby and guests answered your questions about mortgages


Money Box, Saturday 31 October 2009

Pester power - Halifax Bank of Scotland makes changes to its controversial overdraft charges. Plus: Where there's a will there's a way. Don't forget to write one; How just paying off the minimum on your cards messes with your mind and National Savings enters the best buy tables. And why that's pretty unusual.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 28 October 2009

Paul Lewis took your questions about benefits.


Money Box, Saturday 24 October 2009

Halifax Bank of Scotland offers its customers 'a little extra charge'. Also: How much do you want to reveal to your mortgage advisor? Get ready to get personal; Dutch bank collapse and does HMRC owe you money? One Money Box listener reclaims over 2,000 pounds.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 21 October 2009

Paul Lewis took your questions about fuel bills and energy saving.


Money Box, Saturday 17 October 2009

We reveal a major loophole in one bank's chip and PIN security. Plus: How to find the best low-cost pension schemes; Lehman-backed investments and could a high court ruling help hundreds of thousands of Equitable Life policyholders?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 14 October 2009

Money Box Live with Paul Lewis was broadcast live from the Buchanan Galleries in Glasgow


Money Box, Saturday 10 October 2009

Are you entitled to part of a 60 million-pound Payment Protection Insurance payout? Plus: high frequency trading is taking off, but could it bring the market down? The latest compensation news for Bradford and Bingley shareholders and the Conservative Party's pension plans.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 7 October 2009

Paul Lewis took your questions about Power of attorney and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 3 October 2009

Who pays if thieves steal your credit card and then spend your money? Plus: Will a professional fund manager get a better return for your savings? Care home fees; watching the pennies and the credit card companies charging customers for not using their cards.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 30 September 2009

Vincent Duggleby took your questions about banking and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 26 September 2009

Up to 40 per cent of our private pensions are swallowed up in fees - are you paying too much? Money Box explained the mathematics, and asked why the true impact of these charges are not made clear to the customer. Plus: A savings boost for ISA savers over 50; tax rebate con; weakening pound and the winter fuel allowance.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 23 September 2009

Vincent Duggleby took your questions about tax and self assessment and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 19 September 2009

Paul Lewis finds out exactly what goes on behind fixed-rate mortgage deals. Plus: Ombudsman names and shames; local currency; 'penny shares' warning and the Pension Quality Mark (PQM).


Money Box Live, Wednesday 16 September 2009

Vincent Duggleby took your questions about student finance and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 12 September 2009

Gold has hit $1,000 an ounce for the first time since February. Paul Lewis looked at how to buy and sell this commodity. Plus, understanding annuities.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 9 September 2009

Vincent Duggleby took your questions about saving and investment and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 5 September 2009

Will stock markets continue to rise? The bulls and the bears told us their views. Plus: A cash boost for children turning seven; Keydata news and a new threat to tax havens.


Saturday 25 July to Wednesday 2 September 2009

During the Money Box and Money Box Live summer break a special series of programmes broadcasts.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 22 July 2009

Paul Lewis took listeners' questions on divorce and separation.


Money Box, Saturday 18 July 2009

Government plans to reform financial services. Plus: Share scams; mortgage arrears charges and First Plus loans.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 15 July 2009

Paul Lewis took listeners' questions on redundancy and loss of income.


Money Box, Saturday 11 July 2009

Government plans to reform financial services. Plus: Share scams; mortgage arrears charges and First Plus loans.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 8 July 2009

Paul Lewis took listeners' questions on mortgages.


Money Box, Saturday 4 July 2009

Unwanted credit card cheques could be banned if government plans become law. Plus: Young drivers, house prices, pensions and the Keydata fraud investigation.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 1 July 2009

Paul Lewis and guests took your questions about pensions.


Money Box, Saturday 27 June 2009

Bank charges latest. Plus: Facing the risk of repossession; Barclaycard minimum repayments; financial advice shake-up and older people encouraged to claim billions of pounds of benefits.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 24 June 2009

Paul Lewis took your questions about ethical investment and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 20 June 2009

What are your rights if your employer asks you to take a pay cut? Plus: Consumer protection; beware currency conversion loss and AVIVA with-profits deadline.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 17 June 2009

Vincent Duggleby took your questions about long term care and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 13 June 2009

What lies ahead for customers of the West Bromwich Building Society? Plus: Debt collection; Keydata Investment Services; Presbyterian Mutual Society and mortgage rates.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 10 June 2009

Paul Lewis took your questions on insurance and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 6 June 2009

Three major employers downgrade their final salary pensions. Plus: Crash victims 'pressured'; sale-and-rent-back protection, and bereavement benefits.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 3 June 2009

Vincent Duggleby took your questions on small business finance and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 30 May 2009

The faster payments system one year on - how is it doing? More complaints about financial services than ever before - why? Plus: Kaupthing, Isle of Man. And company pension schemes.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 27 May 2009

Vincent Duggleby took your questions about student finance and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday, 23 May 2009

A leading credit rating agency downgrades its view of the UK. Plus: fake dollars; mortgage rates, pension charges and a Lloyds TSB share offer.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 20 May 2009

Vincent Duggleby took your questions about holiday finance and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 16 May 2009

Loan broker allowed to run on expired credit licence. Bank of England adjusts economic recovery forecast. Plus: Locking your savings away; card debt and MP's expenses.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 13 May 2009

Vincent Duggleby took your questions on saving and investing and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 9 May 2009

An investigation is launched into a NatWest TV campaign. Plus: Are soaring markets a sign of real recovery? Tips and the minimum wage and Equitable Life.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 6 May 2009

Vincent Duggleby took your questions on renting and letting and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 2 May 2009

Age discrimination when buying a financial service could soon be illegal. Plus: Swine flu and insurance; the future of banking and tax relief on pensions.


Money Box Live, Wednesday, 29 April 2009

Paul Lewis took your questions about credit reports and put them to an expert panel of guests.


Money Box, Saturday 25 April 2009

Banks could be fined for poor service when they come under new FSA regulation. Plus: We examine the detail in the 2009 Budget, and lending to vulnerable customers.


Budget Call 2009, Thursday 23 April 2009

Money Box and You and Yours programme teams joined together to answer your questions about what the Budget will mean for your finances.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 22 April 2009

Paul Lewis took your questions on mortgages and put them to a panel of expert guests on Wednesday.


Money Box, Saturday 18 April 2009

Could "green shoots" be appearing in the property sector after months of doom and gloom? Plus: Barclays advice under fire; the future of pensions; credit card cheques and building society ratings.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 15 April 2009

Paul Lewis took your questions on retirement planning and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 11 April 2009

Millions of people face a week without their benefit money. Plus: XL compensation; the future of pensions and benevolent funds.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 8 April 2009

Paul Lewis took your questions on benefits and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 4 April 2009

Frustration as the Pension Service e-forecast system collapses. Plus: The implications of the Dunfermline deal, house valuations and "cash" funds.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 1 April 2009

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Vincent Duggleby took your questions on employment rights and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 28 March 2009

Concern is raised over the future of Scotland's largest building society. Plus: a new way out of debt; equity release and savings rates.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 25 March 2009

Vincent Duggleby takes your questions on divorce and separation and puts them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 21 March 2009

Some state benefits could freeze and annuities lose value if inflation falls to zero or worse on Tuesday. Plus: Bailiffs at work; banking reform and financial compensation.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 18 March 2009

Vincent Duggleby took your questions on tax and tax planning and put them to a panel of expert guests on Wednesday's programme.


Money Box, Saturday 14 March 2009

Why action to boost the economy will reduce pension income for some; a mobile phone insurance "scam" and complaints that a small business loan scheme is not delivering on its promise.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 11 March 2009

Vincent Duggleby took your questions about ISAs and tax free savings and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 7 March 2009

Half the country's major banks are now state-owned - what does it mean for you? Plus: Will quantitative easing work? The rate cut; and XL compensation.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 4 March 2009

Vincent Duggleby took your questions about banking and business banking and put them to this week's panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 28 February 2009

Banks will appeal against charges ruling. Credit card customer's mistaken identity. What risk to taxpayer's money from 'toxic' assets? 'Capital secure' investors may lose cash. Plus: Sir Fred's pension.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 25 February 2009

Are you considering raising money from the value of your home? Paul Lewis and guests took your questions about equity release.


Money Box, Saturday 21 February 2009

Repossessions up 54% - why aren't lenders doing more to help struggling homeowners? Where is the best place for your savings? And Are you covered by your credit card when buying online?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 18 February 2009

Money Box Live was at the Trafford Centre for the Money Matters roadshow and Paul Lewis and guests answered your financial questions.


Money Box, Saturday 14 February 2009

Black horse stares into a black hole. Northern Rock shareholders lose legal challenge. Standard Life will compensate 100,000 customers. Banks move money without notice.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 11 February 2009

On Wednesday's Money Box Live, Paul Lewis took your questions about mortgages and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 7 February 2009

Government cracks down on sale and rent back. Will your bank recognise your telephone voice? Interest rates drop - what next for savers and borrowers? Pension credit claimants hit.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 4 February 2009

Paul Lewis put your questions about debt and borrowing to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 31 January 2009

Lenders face curbs on payment protection insurance. Why are credit cards charging more interest? Presbyterian Mutual Society savers' choice. And car insurance invalidated by modifications.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 28 January 2009

Vincent Duggleby took your questions about renting and letting and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 24 January 2009

Compensation for some Standard Life investors. The recession - just how bad is it? Should local authorities help small businesses? And as the deadline looms - have you filed your tax return yet?


Money Box Live, Wednesday 21 January 2009

On Money Box Live Vincent Duggleby took your questions about saving and investing and put them to a panel of expert guests.


Money Box, Saturday 17 January 2009

Banks and small businesses face the downturn. Equitable Life compensation. Children's Tax Credit deadline looms. And Standard Life Pension Sterling Fund customers see value fall.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 14 January 2009

Vincent Duggleby took your questions about insurance and put them to a panel of experts.


Money Box, Saturday 10 January 2009

The Bank rate cut - what impact on mortgages and savings? George Osborne on Tory tax plans. Is it the bank phoning or a fraudster? Plus: City watchdog aims to speed up compensation.


Money Box Live, Wednesday 7 January 2009

Vincent Duggleby and guests took your questions about tax and self assessment.


Money Box, Saturday 3 January 2009

What would a stock market recovery mean for investors and those nearing retirement? How building societies survived the crunch. Holidays: Where can you get the best value for your pound?




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