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"It's my money and I can do what I like with it," right? Wrong. 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.
If you're looking for health insurance that covers illnesses or conditions you've had in the past, you'll need to make sure they aren't excluded by your policy. We look at both types - moratorium and full medical insurance - and what they cover.
Divorcing may be something you never thought you'd experience, but even if it's unexpected you'll need to protect your finances as well as your heart. We examine how to organise your finances through a divorce.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.