More than two-thirds (68%) of pension holders do not know how sustainable their retirement pots are, research has found.
Two-thirds of 18 to 34-year-olds do not have adequate savings in place to deal with financial shocks, a survey has found.
Nearly a quarter (23%) of parents have dipped into their children’s savings since the coronavirus lockdown started, a survey has found.
Debt letters must be made less intimidating to avoid a rise in suicides as more people face financial difficulties due to the pandemic, an MP has warned.
More than a quarter of over-50s will only start to plan their retirement finances with two years or less to go before they finish work, a survey has found.
Barclays customers who choose to switch off their spending on gambling are to be given a 72-hour cooling off period before they can restart it again.
Increasing numbers of people have said they will struggle to save and cope with surprise bills and almost a third believe it will take more than a year for life to return to normal.
David Low, 37, assaulted his cousin, who owed him the cash, because he thought he was "mocking" him by not paying him back.
Car insurance can be one of the largest outgoings related to car ownership. Certainly, after the purchase and maintenance of the vehicle itself, insurance is an often wince-inducing cost to deal with.
An Aberdeen woman has denied stealing £200.
Savings giant NS&I’s target for raising money has been increased to up to £40 billion, as the Government looks to boost its cash flow to help it deliver Covid-19 support measures.
A foreign currency provider is offering “virus-free cash” to holidaymakers concerned about handling banknotes.
Funding applications are being sought from north-east coastal communities.
Scotland’s leading food sector bodies have welcomed this week’s announcement of the Government furlough scheme extension, which will give struggling businesses “a lifeline”.
Two north-east wind farm community funding pots will remain closed until the Covid-19 pandemic subsides.
Whether you’re struggling to pay the bills, worried about how coronavirus is affecting your finances or simply looking to manage your money effectively, getting help early could make a real difference.
Fake Bank of Ireland £50 notes have been found in circulation in Scotland.
Clydesdale Bank has apologised to customers today after payments scheduled to go into their account failed to appear.
A Wallace and Gromit coin has been unveiled to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the animated double-act first hitting the screen.
A senior business figure today said the north-east has “great things in the pipeline” which can only take the area to “new heights”.
The number of people in Scotland being declared insolvent rose by more than 20% in a year, new figures indicate.
It’s one of the oldest rules in the book when it comes to personal finance: the concept of “paying oneself first”.
New figures reveal that Aberdeen is one of the top-ranking cities in the UK for personal debt levels.
People in the north-east are being asked to be vigilant after reports of counterfeit money circulating.
A British start-up has launched a new wearable contactless payment ring in a fresh attempt to change the way people pay for goods.
BBC Children in Need is the latest charity to start using contactless card readers in its bid to collect a record number of donations.
“I want you to contribute to a pension. Trust me, just do it. You’ll thank me in 40 years’ time”.
A man has been charged in connection with using counterfeit notes in Aberdeen.
The amount, which includes outstanding council tax, business rates and housing benefit overpayments, has been revealed in a new report.
Something worth £1.2 million is very valuable indeed. Life changing. So why are the vast majority of working adults in the UK not insuring an asset with this financial value?