Planning a holiday is one of life’s most exciting joys, so it can be heartbreaking to discover that your big break doesn’t really exist and you have in fact been the victim of a scam.
You may be looking forward to that long-awaited summer holiday – and rightly so – but will you blow your budget this year?
A production company is looking for Scots with cash concerns to take part in a brand new TV series.
Nine in 10 shoppers claim to be committed bulk-buyers, new research has found. And it’s not just a good deal that’s enticing consumers to stock up.
Almost a quarter of Scots have borrowed money from family and friends just to cover day-to-day living costs, according to new research.
Nobody wants to discover they’ve fallen prey to a financial scam. Some good news, though – people who have been tricked into transferring money directly to a fraudster now have a new safety net, which should mean they have a better chance of getting a refund.
Stewart McPherson wants to warn other holidaymakers about the hefty charges they could face when using pre-paid money cards to withdraw cash abroad.
Preparation is key to protect your assets from care home fees – but don’t wait to organise a Power of Attorney until you need it.
Buying and selling a home can be a stressful process at the best of times. But some drawbacks with a property could make potential buyers completely lose interest and sabotage a sale altogether.
More than 400,000 people in Scotland have fallen victim to a financial scam at some point in their lives, according to new research.
Couples who save together are more likely to stay together, if new research is anything to go by.