Savings have dominated the mid-week money sections for nearly a month, but it seems that the winds are starting to change and pensions have become flavour of the week, accounting for 34% of the stories, up from 8% last week and just 5% the week before.
One of the pensions stories that caught our eye was by Rosie Murray-West in the Daily Telegraph where figures show that women are saving just two-thirds as much for retirement as their male counterparts. Jessica Brown echoed this theme in the Daily Express and urged women to take action now to avoid being in poverty in the future.
Tax has not been mentioned at all in two out of the past four weeks but it accounted for a quarter this week. In the Mirror, Tricia Phillips looked at how the taxman is clamping down on tax credit fraud and warned that jail could await anyone found guilty.
And the scores this week are: