Felicity Hannah is a freelance print and broadcast journalist, specialising in consumer affairs and personal finance. Her work appears regularly in the Independent, Mirror, Sunday Times and on the BBC News website.
Felicity is also the personal finance reporter for BBC Radio 5 Live’s Wake Up To Money show as well as a frequent reporter and commentator for many other programmes and stations, including R4’s Money Box, Sky News and BBC Radio Wales.
Felicity has twice been named Household Money Journalist of the Year at the Headlinemoney Awards.
In both 2018 and 2019, she was named Freelance Journalist of the Year. In 2020 she was named Broadcast Journalist of the Year.
Felicity lives in the north of England, with her family of boys and a dog called Woody.
Covid cash: why women have been impacted most and what you can do about it
Women were hit hard by the pandemic’s economic fallout but here’s how to get your finances back on track.Read more
Working from home – what’s the real cost and how can you make it pay off?
Covid-19 has had a huge impact on our approach to work, with WFH (working from home) now a standard practice for millions of Britons. For those of us continuing to stay home to work, there are ways to make the most of the benefits, and minimise the downfalls.Read more
How you can teach your kids to be charitable
A big part of raising children is teaching them to think about other people’s feelings. And more and more, parents and guardians recognise the importance of also teaching them good financial habits.Read more
Size matters: why shrinkflation is reducing the sizes of products, not the prices
Have you noticed you’re getting more air and fewer crisps in a packet? Or that your breakfast cereal doesn’t stretch as far as it used to? No, it’s not your imagination. Your shopping really has been getting smaller.Read more