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We help you get to know energy prepayment meters: how they work, what they cost, and how to pay less for your prepay energy.
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...
In winter, getting all the financial help you're entitled to is essential if it's going to help you stay warm. If you're 62 or over, you can claim up to £300 in a winter fuel allowance - here's how.
A good education will teach your child all the life skills they need to succeed and set them up for the future. A home education can be just as rewarding as sending them to school, but does it make financial sense? We investigate.
With gas and electricity prices continuing to climb skyward, is now the time to fix your energy tariff, or will you just end up paying over the odds? Here is how to weigh up whether fixing makes financial sense.
The new Tax-Free Childcare scheme due in autumn 2015 has been delayed to 2017. When it is introduced, it will support parents' childcare costs and replace the existing Employer Supported Childcare.
For £79 a year, Amazon Prime offers one-day delivery, music and instant video streaming and multiple extra features for customers, but does it offer good value?
If you are thinking of buying an iPhone, choosing the right network now could mean 'unlocking' potential savings on your mobile phone bill sooner rather than later. We take a look at the different options currently available.
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.
There are undeniable benefits to buying your own home, but getting on the property ladder can be hugely expensive, too. We weigh up the pros and cons of buying vs renting to help you decide which is better in the long run.