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How to write a cheque

Writing a cheque is becoming a dying art but still one you need to master. So whether it is to pay a bill or for a friend's birthday, here is how to write a cheque.

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.

Current account or savings account: which is right for you?

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?

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.

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.

What does divorce mean for your mortgage?

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.

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.

What is Air Passenger Duty and can you claim your money back?

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.

Should you invest in a buy-to-let property?

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.

Direct debit rules: FAQs

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...

New Childcare scheme (from autumn 2015)

The new Tax-Free Childcare scheme to support parents' childcare costs will replace the existing Employer Supported Childcare, taking effect from autumn 2015.

How to start investing in shares

Has your savings rate got you looking for alternative ways to use your hard earned money? Whether it's for long term growth or to generate income, investing in shares can be a profitable way to use your savings!