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Direct debits can be a convenient and hassle-free way to pay your bills, leaving the company you are paying to do all the leg work. Here we answer all your most common direct debit questions...
If you want to drive a car you do not own, you will still need cover in place. Here is how to make sure you are insured to drive someone else's car.
Saving for your first home can take years, but several schemes and mortgages can help. Here is how to get on the property ladder as soon as possible with a 100% LTV mortgage or how to get started if you have no deposit.
If you are worried about the authenticity of a company, it is always worth double checking they are legit before you have any dealings with them. We look at how you can find out whether you can trust a company or should avoid them at all costs.
MasterCard and Visa do not issue credit, debit or prepaid cards but they do provide an important service when you spend. Here is what these companies do and how you can decide which one to use.
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?
When selling up seems impossible, letting your house can be a handy alternative. We take you through what you need to consider if you are thinking of renting out your home.
Your data limit can impact how much your broadband costs and what you can do online. Here is how to pick the data limit you need and get the best deal.
Keeping your pet fit and healthy can cost you a lot, especially if something unexpected happens when it is quite possible to be faced with a vets bill amounting to thousands of pounds.
You could get a larger mortgage if you buy a home with someone else. Here is everything you need to know about joint mortgages whether you want to buy with your partner, another person or a group.
You may think that you can do what you like with your money. However, 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.
Here is where you can find the latest pension and annuity changes in the UK and how they will affect your retirement.