Hannah Maundrell is the former Editor in Chief of Money.co.uk.
During her time here she wrote extensively on consumer issues, personal finances and more - becoming a frequent expert commentator on the BBC news channels and radio, the national press and other media.
Buying a house is complicated, often stressful, but extremely satisfying if you get it right. Knowing what to expect and how to go about it the right way is crucial. Follow our guide on how to buy a house and find out what you need to know in these easy(ish) steps.
With just under one month left for eligible customers that were mis-sold credit card security protection to claim, Hannah Maundrell, Editor in Chief of money.co.uk, offers some useful advice on getting your cash back.
Monday 4th January is peak time to set the 'separation wheels in motion'.
With four out of five student tenants not signing a photo inventory, read on to find out why they are losing their money and what they can do about it.
We're not joking, 1st April really is 'National Price Hike Day' when you'll be hit with yet another raft of inflation-busting price hikes and many of your day-to-day activities will cost you more.
We've predicted our future finances by analysing ONS data from the past 80 years to make a forecast for the next 10 years, taking into consideration inflation and rising expenses.
Half of those with an annual household income of over £70,000 feel they are just about managing financially.
Rental deposits could account for up to 120% of monthly salaries by 2026 according to a report by the Centre for Economic and Business Research (Cebr) for money.co.uk.
Britain's biggest spending hotspots revealed. When all the household bills are paid, where does the money go?
Our Editor in Chief, Hannah Maundrell spoke to The Sun about how you can cut the cost of your shopping bills.
National Price Hike Day falls on Easter Sunday this year - the day you'll be hit with a raft of inflation busting price hikes so many of your day-to-day activities will cost you more.
For the past three years our founder and CEO, Chris Morling has given every team member £5,000 to donate to a charity of their choice. The staff all chose charities close to their heart and ranged from small local charities to nationwide specialist ones.