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Buying your own home can be expensive but could save you money over the years. Renting offers less freedom to live by your own rules but more flexibility if you need to move. Here are the benefits of each and how to decide whether to rent or buy.
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. There are several schemes and mortgages that can help whether you are saving for your first home or have owned one before.
Self certification mortgages have been banned in the UK but can still be offered by lenders based in Europe. Here is why they were banned and why you should be careful if you decide to use an overseas lender.
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.
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.
If you live life on the move, mobile banking can seem like an ideal way to keep track of your finances. But is it a safe way to manage your money?
Interest cuts are sweeping through many of the UK's leading banks and building societies and your savings could be affected. Here is what is happening and what you should do about it.
Credit cards have expensive fees for cash withdrawals and some other transactions. Here is when they are charged and how to keep your costs down.
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.
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?
Knowing what to do with a large amount of money can be difficult, especially if you received it unexpectedly. Here is what you can do if you have a significant amount of money to invest.
If you need money fast, there are a wide range of options available. Here are the different ways you can get cash quickly.