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Using a direct debit can be a convenient and hassle-free way to pay your bills, leaving the company you're paying to do all the leg work. Here we answer all your most common direct debit questions...
Moving home is said to be one of the most stressful and financially draining things you can do, but there are lots of things you can sort out before moving day to make your life easier. Here are our top 12 things to arrange in advance.
Going through a divorce when you have an outstanding mortgage with your partner can be a big worry - knowing what might happen to your home can make it less stressful. Here is a rundown of your options.
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.
You don't have to be a billionaire oil magnate to invest in a football club; putting your money into something you care about can feel more rewarding than shares in some faceless plc. But if you put your head before your heart, is it a smart investment?
Being stuck without signal can be frustrating, but does it mean you can ditch your network and break your mobile contract without charge? Here is when you can cancel your contract without facing a hefty fee.
Let's face it; going to the dentist isn't cheap. This makes knowing when you're entitled to NHS treatment and how much you should be paying for it all the more important. We explain.
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.
Current accounts and savings accounts are the two main types of account on offer from banks and building societies - but what exactly is the difference between the two and which type of account is right for you?
Air Passenger Duty on flights for children under 12 has been scrapped. If you have already paid for flights you may need to claim this money back, we explain how.