The cost of living crisis is affecting UK households, but there are options to consider if you’re having problems repaying debt such as mortgages and credit cards.
In this podcast, Redbridge Group CEO Kosmos Samaras joins The Conversation to dig into the research on voters attitudes so far
The world’s central banks face a range of dilemmas, not least whether high inflation – and therefore high interest rates – will become permanent.
Access to economic and education opportunities increases women’s ability to withstand and recover from financial shocks.
Specific savings goals can help increase your pot – but so can advice and confidence with numbers.
Food prices are rising and around half of Australians are trying to cut back on their grocery bill. So how can you save on the cost of meat and dairy products without skimping on nutrients?
There are lots of other ingredients you can use to make foods puff and rise, give your meal a rich taste, or to hold together ingredients.
In this podcast, Le canvasses the challenges her constituents are facing with the cost of living crisis and the aftermath of the curfew placed on her electorate during the COVID-19 lockdowns.
Landlords don’t think renters will pay more for homes with rooftop solar. But the evidence suggests otherwise.
In order for Canada to overcome the housing affordability crisis, individuals, families, the real estate industry and government all need to work together.
You want to look as if you’ve put in a bit of effort, but don’t want to blow the budget. Here are some top tips of what to take to Christmas.
For some people, the decision to live in a vehicle is a choice with the goal of being free and self-sufficient to live how and where they want.
Looking to save money on your grocery bill but not sure about home-brand food? It’s actually a healthy option, with a few exceptions.
The government has missed a chance to better target cost cuts to certain patient groups, for certain medical conditions, and for generic drugs.
Petrol prices have spiked, forcing governments to step in to reduce costs. But will the rising prices actually force drivers out of their cars, reducing consumption and carbon emissions?
New Zealand’s supermarket industry has come under fire for high food prices and lack of competition. Is it time to consider treating the supermarket industry like water and power utilities?
Disruption at each stage of supply chain – production, transportation and distribution – is forcing New Zealand to ‘import’ more inflation. There will be no quick fix in 2022.
The pandemic exposed the contradictions and tensions at the heart of ‘creative class’ cities and jobs.
Fed up with the high cost of living, and an oppressive state, the people of Sudan are rising up against their president.