Women will be hit hardest by the new EU rules banning gender-based discount for car insurance, but young men could save up to 50%
Consumers are reporting in increasing numbers that it is difficult to complain. Here are five easy steps towards getting the result you want
People over 66 will face a hefty increase on their telephone landline, following last December's budget, but there are ways of counter-acting the hike if you shop around.
The number of people left with €100 or less at the end of each month has risen with consumers' finances continuing to deteriorate
Premium rate telephone services can cost as much as €3.50 a minute. Now, a new code of practice has been imposed on phone companies to ensure you don't get ripped off.
Buying car insurance used to be simple. These days the it's all about tailor-making your own policy with add on extras. So beware of the headline 'cheapest' offers when renewing.
More than ever consumers want to support Irish home produce, but they also want to save money with own-brands. Learn how to do both with Tina Leonard's guide
The price of gas and petrol is already on the up. Now Electric Ireland is adding to the pain increasing prices by October 1.
Bord Gáis Energy is to follow Electric Ireland and Airtricity with residential electricity price hikes from 15 October.
Voucher codes, daily deal sites, discounts online and off line. Consumer expert Tina Leonard tells Today with Pat Kenny where and to get money off everything from groceries to school books.
Ulster Bank has released plans to compensate the 600,000 customers who were affected by IT problems at the bank. It is also working with other banks on out-of-pocket expenses.
Four in five parents have financial worries about back-to-school costs. Consumer expert Tina Leonard has five top tips to help you save money this September.
With the price of petrol set to exceed 170c a litre, learn how to economise on fuel with these 15 tips on driving techniques and car servicing.
Look at changing your gas and electricity tariff or provider now, before a possible price hike. Tina Leonard has the details
Switch your health insurance without triggering penalties - new terms and conditions make it less attracting to do this mid-contract. Tina Leonard explains to Today with Pat Kenny.
Under EU laws, consumers no longer have to go to their car manufacturer approved garages for repairs to protect their warranty. Tina Leonard has the details.
RTÉ Weather's Nuala Carey has launched thecountdown to the switch over to digital TV at the end of October.
Analogue TV is being switched off across the country in October. Here is the complete guide to TVs, aerials and set-top boxes plus prices to get you equipped in time.
Mobile phone companies have finally been told they can no longer charge exorbitant rates to consumers while abroad in EU ruling.
Every cent counts when holidaying, but if you invest in some research before you book your hotel and destination, you could save hundreds of euro. Tina Leonard reports
Ulster Bank customers are to be compensated for problems caused by its computer crash and it has been told it must also compensate those affected in other banks
The worst may be over in the property market with the first monthly increase in property prices in almost five years, according to new government figures.
Consumers are enthusiastically embracing the likes of Groupon and Living Social - but make sure you get the best out of them. Tina Leonard has tips of the best deals.
The credit rating agency Standard & Poor's has said that residential property prices in Ireland may continue to fall.
A house in Merrion Square, one of the most prestigious Georgian districts in Dublin, is up for sale in a ''distressed properties'' auction that also includes an entire ghost estate in Co Kerry.