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If you're worried about the authenticity of a company it's always worth double checking they're legit before you have any dealings with them whatsoever. We look at how you can find out whether you can trust a company or should avoid them at all costs.
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?
The new Apple iPhones have arrived! To celebrate we've found the very best money savings apps available to download to your new device. Here's our top 10 innovative finance apps.
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.
If you've just moved into a new house, you'll need to find out who provides your water to set up your account. Here's how to find out your water supplier.
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.
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.
Soon you will have much more freedom when you save in a cash ISA after George Osborne announced the introduction on a new flexible ISA. So what are Flexible ISAs, and how does it differ from the current rules?
The pension revolution continued today as the Chancellor announced further changes that will give more people than ever greater choice when it comes to their retirement fund. So what has changed?
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.