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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...
Finding different ways to raise cash for a good cause can be fun and entertaining, as well as providing your chosen charity with some vital support. Here are 8 ideas for raising money for charity.
95% of savers will no longer have to pay tax on their interest after George Osborne unveiled a new personal savings allowance in the 2015 budget. We examine if this change helps you, and how much extra you will earn.
If you've ever tried to buy tickets for a must see event, you'll know that it's not always easy to get them first time! If you're not quick you can easily miss out, but don't give up, there are still ways to get the tickets you want.
Starting your new life in some far flung corner of the world is both thrilling and daunting in equal measure. Here's how to prepare your finances for the move, wherever you're emigrating to.
Here's our comprehensive change of address checklist so you make sure you tell everyone you need to that you've moved house!
Our PPI guides and letter templates are helping more and more people get redress. Could you be one of our success stories?
If you've had your claim rejected by the company that you felt mis-sold you PPI not all is lost. We explain how to fight back and re-appeal to make a successful PPI claim.
Investing in property is still a great way to make your money work for you, but as attractive as it may seem, getting a buy to let property is not a one-way ticket to riches. We take a closer look at the pros and cons.
To be sure that you can borrow the amount of money you're likely to need to buy a property, you can apply for a mortgage in principle. We look at what you need to be prepared for to get your agreement in principle right first time.
With the cost of renting almost the same as paying a mortgage, it can be an uphill struggle to save a deposit. We look at how you can buy your own home and get a foot on the property ladder instead.