Data breach fines set to rocket after limit is lifted 

Data breach fines set to rocket after limit is lifted By Neil Craven, Financial Mail on Sunday Published: 23:46 GMT, 7 March 2020 | Updated: 23:46 GMT, 7 March 2020 Penalties handed out to companies for customer data breaches could soon soar – with some potentially hitting hundreds of millions of pounds, legal experts say. … Read more Data breach fines set to rocket after limit is lifted 

Energy bills set to fall for 15m households as Ofgem reveals price cap reduction

Energy bills will fall for around 15million households with Ofgem announcing a price cap reduction of £17 a year. This means that households on standard variable tariffs will pay no more than £1,162 on their bills after the cap comes into effect in April – falling from £1,179.  The bi-annual review of the cap by … Read more Energy bills set to fall for 15m households as Ofgem reveals price cap reduction

FRANKLIN UK EQUITY INCOME FUND: Be bold – and keep buying, says fund chief 

FRANKLIN UK EQUITY INCOME FUND: Be bold – and keep buying, says fund chief Morton By Jeff Prestridge for The Mail on Sunday Published: 23:46 GMT, 7 March 2020 | Updated: 23:46 GMT, 7 March 2020 Colin Morton of Franklin Equity Having run investment fund Franklin UK Equity Income for the past 25 years, manager … Read more FRANKLIN UK EQUITY INCOME FUND: Be bold – and keep buying, says fund chief 

Want to beef up your returns? It pays to invest like a woman! 

Today is International Women’s Day, a day where the achievements of women around the world are celebrated. It is also an occasion to look into why women don’t invest as much as men.  Almost a third more men hold investment-based Isas than women, while women in their 60s have pension pots that are on average … Read more Want to beef up your returns? It pays to invest like a woman! 

Why isn’t my money good enough in this harsh cashless Tesco? 

Welcome to the brave new world of cashless shopping – where Big Brother keeps an eye on your supermarket basket and you are served by robots rather than a friendly face. In the heart of the City of London, where pinstriped fat cats rub shoulders with riff-raff like me, is a Tesco Express store.  Nothing … Read more Why isn’t my money good enough in this harsh cashless Tesco? 

Why driving in flipflops (or with a naughty pet) could hit your car cover 

Why flipflops (or a naughty pet) could hit your car cover: How to avoid simple mistakes that can render your insurance worthless Choice of footwear could potentially invalidate any claim you make Caution should also be taken when driving with pets You should not obstruct windscreens with satnavs, stickers or air fresheners By Rachel Wait … Read more Why driving in flipflops (or with a naughty pet) could hit your car cover 

TONY HETHERINGTON: ScottishPower’s billing shambles may bankrupt us

TONY HETHERINGTON: ScottishPower’s billing shambles may bankrupt us By Tony Hetherington, Financial Mail on Sunday Published: 23:47 GMT, 7 March 2020 | Updated: 23:47 GMT, 7 March 2020 Tony Hetherington is Financial Mail on Sunday’s ace investigator, fighting readers corners, revealing the truth that lies behind closed doors and winning victories for those who have … Read more TONY HETHERINGTON: ScottishPower’s billing shambles may bankrupt us

TONY HETHERINGTON: Sorry, Barclays, but I find your requests offensive

TONY HETHERINGTON: Sorry, Barclays, but I find your requests offensive By Tony Hetherington, Financial Mail on Sunday Published: 23:47 GMT, 7 March 2020 | Updated: 23:47 GMT, 7 March 2020 Tony Hetherington is Financial Mail on Sunday’s ace investigator, fighting readers corners, revealing the truth that lies behind closed doors and winning victories for those … Read more TONY HETHERINGTON: Sorry, Barclays, but I find your requests offensive