Natwest / Royal Bank of Scotland have recently been plugging their new “impartial advice service”, MoneySense, which is currently available in over 1,000 of their branches.
The latest high-street victim of the recession is the photographer Olan Mills, which has shut its 34 photography studios across England and Wales.
There have been some dismal predictions for the job market next year, with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development predicting that more than 600,000 people will be made redundant in 2009, a staggering 1,600 job losses per day.
If you’re looking for a cheap Blu-ray player, Argos are currently offering a Bush BD01 Blu-ray player for just £97.86.
It looks as if the next victim of the recession on the high street will be childrenswear retailer Adams.
According to the BBC, they’ve applied to go into administration, although they are still not officially under the control of administrators.
If you’ve received a gift this Christmas that needs returning to the shop, for whatever reason, what are your rights as a shopper?
If you’ve received some unwanted presents this Christmas and are wondering what you should do with them, take a look at our 5 tips for dealing with unwanted presents from a year ago.
Time for a new series here at Money Watch: Recession Watch. In this series, we’ll look at the effects of the recession on the UK, and this morning there’s some mixed news for three high-street stores.
Woolworths have released a list of store closing dates for their 800 shops nationwide.
If you’re trying to explain to your kids why Santa Claus isn’t going to be leaving as many presents under the Christmas tree this year, here’s an amusing explanation of the credit crunch for kids.