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How to build your own house

Many of us dream of building our own home, and while it is not the right option for everyone, self building could be an affordable way for you to get your ideal property. Yet fail to plan properly and you face the risk of financial ruin.

Can I insure a car if I'm not the registered keeper?

Driving someone else's car is a big responsibility so making sure you've got the right insurance is vital, but can you even insure a car if you're not the registered keeper? Here's what you need to know.

How do I gift money without being taxed?

"It's my money and I can do what I like with it," right? Wrong. There are a set of rules governing the 'gifting' of money - how much you give, how often and to whom determines if the gift will be liable for tax. Here is what you need to know.

Can you keep money accidentally paid into your bank account?

We all dream of receiving an unexpected windfall, but if you did receive an erroneous payment into your bank account - would you ever be able to keep it?

What is the new Right to Buy scheme?

A revamped Right to Buy scheme offers council tenants in England up to 77,900 (or 103,900 in London) off the market price of their council home. Here is what you need to know about the scheme.

Your tax credit renewal questions answered

Tax credit renewal is looming and you need to make sure HMRC have their facts straight or you could get caught out. Here's what you need to do and why.

Your no claims bonus questions answered

With the cost of car insurance rising exponentially year on year, a decent no claims bonus can help make car insurance more affordable. Here is everything you need to know about your no claims bonus.

How to get on the property ladder with no deposit

If you are not able to build a big enough deposit and starting to feel that owning your own home is just a pipe dream, do not despair. Here are several ways to get onto the property ladder without a hefty lump sum.

Summer Budget 2015: A 3 minute summary

George Osborne has delivered his first Conservative majority budget to a packed House of Commons, and his first since the 2015 Coalition Budget in March. We explain how the key announcements affect your finances.

Should you haggle with your mobile phone provider?

If you're looking to upgrade your phone or your contract, haggling with your mobile phone provider can help make sure you get the best deal. We look at how to give yourself the best chance of bagging a bargain.

Top 10 iPhone 6 personal finance apps

The new Apple iPhones have arrived! To celebrate we've found the very best money savings apps available to download to your new device. Here's our top 10 innovative finance apps.

Firefighters' pensions: are they worth striking for?

Fire service pensions have now changed again: what you pay, when you can retire and how much you'll get in retirement are all affected. We look at how the fire pension scheme works and explain what's changed.