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A range of useful guides and information covering a wide range of financial decisions and life events.
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Helping you get to grips with your finances
Whether you like to spend or save, being smart about budgeting and money management can make life easier in both the short and the long term.
Find out about ways to save and grow your money, including savings accounts, ISAs, investments and saving for children.
Trying to understand your credit rating after being rejected by a lender? Here we look at what a credit rating is and how anyone can improve it themselves.
A guide to managing personal debts, whether it’s credit cards, store cards, utility bills, loans or overdrafts.
If you're thinking of borrowing money, then it’s important to borrow sensibly to make sure you don’t get yourself stuck in a difficult situation with money later down the line.
Find out about debt consolidation, and how to sensibly manage your monthly payments.
Find out how to make the most of your inheritance or windfall and understand the tax implications of coming into money.
Find out how to deal with your money worries from planning your budget to finding ways to adapt to new circumstances.
There’s more to tax-free savings than ISAs. Find out about other ways to protect your hard-earned cash.
Whether you’re putting some money aside for a rainy day or looking out for your long-term future, savings are the best way to ensure your financial security.
Fun activities for kids and adults across the UK.
It’s been almost a year since the ISA changes were announced, so are UK savers making the most of them?